No matter how much you love Ironman, your admiration won’t compare to this piece of fan-art created by Taiwanese art student Kai-Xiang Xhong. It took the 20 year-old cardboard artist a full year to complete Tony Stark’s Ironman suit, using only cardboard. You wouldn’t think that this medium would work well, but the resulting suit (complete with lights) is amazing.
Kai-Xiang Xhong well-known for the creations he makes out of cardboard other household items.
This suit, however, takes the cake.
It was lovingly crafted over an entire year.
The student was only able to work on it in his spare time.
It even lights up in the chest and arms, just like it does in the movies.
It's truly hard to believe this is just corrugated cardboard.
Too bad the Spongebob Squarepants slippers didn't remain on the sculpture.
They were a pretty sweet addition.
Source: Stan Winston School via Twisted Sifter To see more of the amazing sculptor's work, check out his Facebook profile. The full-time student has made countless cardboard creations, most of which are just as impressive as the Ironman suit. He has a truly unique talent; we can't wait to see what he does next. Share his awesome Ironman with others, he deserves the recognition!