Kai-Xiang Xhong Created an Epic Cardboard Iron Man Suit

By: Sarah Dos Santos - Apr 9, 2014
References: stanwinstonschool & kotaku
Kai-Xiang Xhong, 20, is a Taiwanese student at the Stan Winston School of Character Arts and the mastermind behind this cardboard Iron Man suit. The talented craftsman not only stunned his classmates but is blowing the Internet away with his skills.

The cardboard hero costume took him over a year to complete and the armor resembles the Mark III from the Iron Man film series. Kai-Xiang Xhong has created other amazing works like a realistic Alien from the film using drinking straws, a cardboard dragon and horse, and even a stunningly life-like cardboard bird.

The cardboard Iron Man suit, life-size T-Rex skull replica, large cardboard ant and cardboard Pterodactyl are only a few of Kai-Xiang Xhong's many creations. He has taken design to the next level and you can see more of his masterpieces in his video.