Nina Lindgren Creates Super-Sized Eco-Art
All of the pieces of Nina Lindgren's 'Cardboard Heaven' seem to stack seamlessly on top of one another like a recyclable game of Tetris. Check out this impressive piece of cardboard art in the gallery above.
Implications - Temporary, upcycled innovations are especially attractive to eco-conscious consumers. Companies that manufacture any environmentally friendly alternative to a standard product, such as a home, will instantly be regarded as inventive and much more caring. This fact alone will prompt companies to look into environmental friendliness, as it is essentially a great way to establish positive brand recognition.Stats for Towering Cardboard Castles Trending: Older & Chilly
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