Creative Packaging: New York City Spaghetti (4 pics)


Here at theMET, we admire artists and designers who take ordinary objects that we use in our daily lives, and turn them into something extraordinary.

Alex Creamer, a student at the University of Central Lancashire in England, chose spaghetti as the medium for his project, “The spaghetti sits on a 3d model of the Chrysler building that was modeled on CAD by my friend Ben Thorpe,” said Creamer. Once that was finished, he headed over to his university and used a high density foam to complete the model.

Chrysler Building image via bobcatnorth

via illusion360, thedieline





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