The amount of clean water, rare metals or green plants on Earth can be reduced continuously, but the amount of waste is increasing at a dizzying rate. Humans must constantly create ingenious ways to handle this problem – the environmental hazard that stems from us. There are more than 2,000 landfills in the United States and about 9/10 of them are not recycled. Fortunately, in addition to high-tech solutions, people can minimize or recycle garbage in simpler ways, on a smaller scale. Haruki – a Japanese artist has shown love for her environment by turning the box into a series of beautiful artworks. This art form is called Kirigami – including cutting and folding paper rather than simply folding like Origami.
The boring Chivas box turned into a mighty dark shadow warrior, as beautiful as the expensive figures.
IKEA must have invited Haruki to work urgently after watching the top-notch interior combo made from this chocolate box.
The piece of biscuits has really become one with the brand name "Moonlight" through the skillful hands of the artist.
What else does this guy not do? Difficult details such as manes, teeth and nails are reproduced as they really are.
Chelsea can completely refer to this packaging sample to increase revenue quickly.
4 boxes of breads combine into a lovely little neighborhood.
Please, Haruki, sit still and give me a bow.
This rabbit looked pretty cute, but it was a little tattooed.
It would make more sense to draw a beard.
The old house on the beautiful bridge is made of Chocopie box.
Canned curry and truck are related to each other, until they meet Haruki.
An excellent transformation!
Male Elsa antipyretic version.
The beautiful mini windmill, dotted around is two deer in the form of people.
A poorly made noodle box turns into a class astronaut.
In any version, the koala is also lovely.
Chocolate box phoenix version launched wings. Someone please photoshop for the bird's face …