Life-Sized Pirate Ship Made Entirely Of Cardboard

Life-Sized Pirate Ship Made Entirely Of Cardboard

With a “Halloween Party on Treasure Island” as their theme, friends Josh, Mikey and Joel went above and beyond to create this life-sized version of a pirate ship completely constructed from recycled cardboard boxes found around town. These guys also kept the detailing precise as well, building lanterns, porthole windows, and even a figurehead at the very front of the ship, featuring a skeleton woman with wild swirling hair. It’s hard to believe that this was all only created with some found boxes, a hot glue gun, and box cutters in only 5 days!

Life-Sized Pirate Ship Made Entirely Of Cardboard
Life-Sized Pirate Ship Made Entirely Of Cardboard

via My Modern Met

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