Spectacular Steampunk Sculptures Made of Cardboard

Creative director and multifaceted artist Lance Oscarson of Vintedge Artworks crafts amazing mythical beasts and mechanical men out of cardboard. The Utah-based artist’s works are steampunk and dieselpunk creations that pop off their respective panels, seemingly lying somewhere between collage and sculpture.

Having worked with a number of mediums in several professions over the decades–from paper and metal to leather–Oscarson has embarked on a new venture that seeks to resurge specific subsets of the cyperpunk genre. His collection of cardboard art incorporates the basic thematic elements, including a mechanical presence of technology fused with a vintage aesthetic. The artist even adds a metallic appearance to his cleverly crafted sculptures, heightening their visual effect.









Lance Oscarson website
Vintedge Artworks on Facebook
via [Steampunk Tendencies]



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