Cardboard is a durable material that can be used to craft household items like furniture, home decor, etc. And, the best part is the items are environmentally-friendly as the material is completely biodegradable. Working on the same idea, Tom Burckhardt conceptualized and made a full-scale imaginary artist studio named Full Stop from commercial cardboard, black paint, wood and hot glue. As the name suggests, this cardboard studios excellently captures the state of mind of an artist, when he/she runs out of new idea.
According to Tom, the mythical studio is filled with slight homage to influences of his and tribute to his father late Mr. Rudy Burckhardt, also an artist, who passed away few years earlier. The 18 x 18 x 12 inches cardboard studio is all set to travel to various art galleries.
The Full Stop is designed with a keen eye for details so that everything in the studio seems real and usable.