Saturday, 30 October 2010

Kirsty Loves Cardboard

Melbourne-based artist and architect Kirsty Fletcher loves cardboard, and I love what Kirsty does with it!

Especially since her sculptures and collages are often made from reclaimed packaging and ephemera such as beer cartons, boxes, met-cards and salvaged objects.


And especially since her work frequently features kinetic moving parts

I think my favourite piece is Heading Home (for Mum's birthday), a small-scale cardboard sculpture depicting one of her most treasured experiences. You can read about it here.

 I hope you'll enjoy exploring her blog as much as I did, and give Kirsty a shout if you're interested in anything, some of her work is for sale.


  1. WOW Deb, I love these! They are amazing, I love the turtle and that fox!
    She's one clever lady xo

  2. They are amazing - I love that I came to your blog over there, and you are from over there a bit further before and you are writing about something from over here - I know it happens all the time but it is just great - big world small world!

  3. The attention to detail is amazing! Love the for the love of shoes story too ;D

  4. Great what this lady does with humble cardboard.

  5. Geez! my VERY first car was a 1964 Ford Falcon, (a soft blue)! A sweet gem of an auto like Ms. Fletcher's cardboard art! Wow! Her work is

  6. These are just amazing - thanks for sharing. It is just incredible artwork and I am so amazed by the intricate workmanship.

  7. Thank you very much for sharing. That gives me a lot of new ideas for kid craft projects !

  8. wow Deb, these are really amazing! you were just right...I LOVE THEM!


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