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What a Flimsy Camera!

Source: Kiel Johnson

LA-based artist Kiel Johnson works with sheets of cardboard, glue and fabric to create painstaking replicas of things we all know and love – like this classic SLR. He did a whole series of cameras in fact, from a Polaroid to a twin lens reflex, because this is a guy with a crazy attention to detail. If you’re in the market, Johnson sells the cameras and they’re on display at the Mark Moore Gallery in Los Angeles and Davidson Contemporary in New York.

To see more, watch this time lapse of Johnson at work, or go to Hyperbole Studios.

Hasselblad to the Bone

Photo: Kelly Angood

UK set designer (and part-time cardboard enthusiast) Kelly Angood has created a pretty amazing Hasselblad replica out of cardboard, which is cool (other artists have done similar things) — but hers will actually function as a pinhole camera. This one is designed to use 120 roll film and is a price-upon-request-type piece, but she promises there will be a downloadable version in the next few weeks.

Source: Kelly Angood (via Gizmodo)

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