15 Toys You Can Make with Cardboard
I don’t know about you, but my daughter and I start to go a little stir crazy at this time of year. We try to get out as much as possible, but sometimes with these short, cold days we can’t be out for long. I’ve been keeping my eye out for inexpensive do-it-yourself ways to have a little fun indoors. Here are some fun and budget-friendly cardboard creations that are sure to keep your little ones entertained during those final weeks of Winter: Row One: 1.
Just a minute! Erwin Wurm's One Minute Sculptures on show in Liverpool
Vienna-based sculptor Erwin Wurm has a history of using whatever objects and materials are at hand. In the early days, it was because he couldn't afford to buy them; his first sculptural works were therefore made of wood, because he lived above a wood shop, and the next batch were made using cans and buckets (because he had moved near a factory that produced them).
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Ruth Hardinger Artist Site: I create contemplative objects. I employ primary forms such as bulbous circular-ring shapes, posts, poles, and tensons structures or circular gestures and meandering motions. I am looking for ways to move into the future without negating the past and the present.