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Artist Creates Interesting Poses With Cardboard Cutouts At Sunset

A filmmaker and writer, Joh Marshall, created interesting poses with cardboard cutouts at sunset. Cardboard cutouts allow creating many interesting poses. He got a big piece of cardboard and took himself outdoors. He took interesting photos with his cardboard cutouts at sunsets. Here are 30 photos and his comments on the photos.

1.

cardboard cutoutsHey! Who took a bite of my apple?” I asked the three Presidents.“I can not tell a lie,” George said. “I did not do it.” “They don’t call me ‘Honest Abe’ for nothing,” Abraham said. “I didn’t do it either.” Then it was Donald’s turn. He swallowed what was in his mouth and simply said, “Obama!”

2. The Glide

Some moments are beyond words.

3. The Rescue

cardboard cutoutsI didn’t ask how she got the plastic six-pack holder stuck around her neck. I was just happy to help.

4. The Hike

“Look at us,” I said. “We’re lost in the woods. It’s almost dark. Whose idea was it to take this stupid hike anyway?”

5. The Iron Giant

cardboard cutoutsWhen we really need one, there’s nothing better than a strong friend to lean on. Someone who’ll just stand there and listen. Like a giant robot.

6. The Dog House

You know when you imagine someone else’s life is more comfortable than it actually is? Yeah, that’s how I felt up there on that doghouse.

7.

cardboard cutoutsAt a moment when violence and deep hatred is literally burning across our country, I offer this image as a call for peace and a prayer that one day every black boy and girl will be able to grow up in the United States with respect, opportunity and safety.

8. The Realization

I’d never really given it much thought… but tonight, as my brothers chirped on and on about their favorite kind of worm and my sisters pecked mites out of their feathers, the idea occurred to me that perhaps I’d been adopted.

9. The Tour

cardboard cutoutsWhen Impala Safari promises “Up Close Nature Tours,” they are not kidding.

10. The Helpful Local

I almost never ask for directions. But when I finally admitted I was lost to a local down on the beach, he actually offered to give me a ride.