We were blown away when we first saw the work of Australian artist and film-maker, Daniel Agdag. He creates meticulously crafted objects from the most modest of sources: cardboard. Each of his complicated and unique machines and ‘landscapes’ are born without use of template – “I don’t draw; I intuitively cut the cardboard and begin with a general idea of what I want to make. From that the proportions develop themselves and I find myself chopping and changing pieces in and out, then it pretty much forms in front of me. That’s why I describe it as ‘sketching with cardboard,’ because it’s not planned.”
More pictures of Agdag’s work after the jump.