How to Build a Cardboard Robot Helmet | WIRED

Warren King is a former engineer turned artist, and he’s a wizard when it comes to cardboard. Most of his mesmerizing sculptures are made with just cardboard, glue, and a knife. Warren shows us how to build our very own robot helmet, using the techniques he’s perfected throughout his career.

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