Kids encouraged to create experimental designs out of 1,000 recycled cardboard hearts at the Beijing art festival

October 20, 2016 by  
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The Heart Board Pyramid project was a smash hit of the 728 International Children Art Festival. By providing an artistic medium, math becomes creative and fun for the visitors of all ages. The play-units were easily assembled and could be used much like building blocks to construct inventive new formations. The pop-up art space accommodated hundreds of children and parents, leaving the sky as the limit for the youngster’s creativity. Related: Gigantic recycled cardboard Windmill Robot pops up in Taiwan Collective Paper Aesthetics takes pride in using 100 percent recycled, non-printed cardboard for their creations, which can then be recycled again after use. Each of the 1,000 pieces were formed into a final display of a Mega Heart, one four-sided pyramid, one three-sided pyramid, an igloo, and several spheres, hearts, and squares for kids to explore. The projects took only two hours to expertly unfold and pack up for the next installation. +Collective Paper Aesthetics Images via Collective Paper Aesthetics

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World’s longest glass-bottomed bridge opens in China

September 29, 2015 by  
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