If you are still left wondering what to do with all those cardboard boxes you amassed over Christmas why not make a cardboard cutout silhouette! While simple to make the results can look amazing…
10 – Gorilla – www.facebook.com/sunsetselfies
The person in that chair is John Marshall and he makes all these cardboard silhouettes and takes the pictures as well.
9 – Kermit – www.facebook.com/sunsetselfies
John began by taking photographs of the sunset alongside the house, then wondered what a cardboard silhouette would look like.
8 – Rhino Ring Toss – www.facebook.com/sunsetselfies
Of course, a viral trend had begun and he was soon making cardboard silhouette images all the time.
7 – Flamingo Meditation – www.facebook.com/sunsetselfies
In case you were wondering he uses a timer to capture everything, which will still take some good timing.
6 – Cameleon – www.facebook.com/sunsetselfies
There is something playful and child-like with most the images. A sort of window into is own imagination.
5 – BFG Foot Scratch – www.facebook.com/sunsetselfies
John has some very serious skills and is also a nine-time Emmy award-winning TV producer and writer!
4 – kissing the elephant – www.facebook.com/sunsetselfies
Most of the images you see are taken on Frye Island, Maine where John was living alone for over a month!
3 – Alien Delivery – www.facebook.com/sunsetselfies
Every night he creates a cutout made from cardboard from the local dump. Very creative recycling indeed.
2 – Working Beaver – www.facebook.com/sunsetselfies
John has no help whatsoever with these images, he does all the cutting and photography himself.
1 –Toll Cut – www.facebook.com/sunsetselfies
Are these the images of someone who went a little stir-crazy on an island on his own or are them something more amazing. I think it’s a touch of both.