Japanese Papercraft Artist Expertly Turns Empty Pringles Cans Into Dashing Potato Chip Boyband

You may remember super talented Japanese university student and papercraft art enthusiast @02ESyRaez4VhR2l (Haruki), who just last month impressed Twitter and even garnered national television coverage in Japan for his awesome reconstruction of an empty Pringles can into a dapper figure of Julius Pringles, the Pringles mascot. If you need a refresher, here's the original.

Now Haruki has outdone himself a group of five Pringles gentleman (from orginal, sour cream and onion, salt and vinegar, bbq, and honey mustard if you're counting) that are so colorful and lively posed, they could double as a potato chip themed boy band or Japanese sentai superhero group!

Haruki says each figure took about six hours to make, which is not surprising considering how detailed and expertly they're crafted.

Haruki also makes no waste of can parts, using the the plastic lid as a figure stand and the inner red paper lid as stylish vests for each group member.

If you'd like to see more amazing papercrafts works (such as amazingly detailed airships made from chocolate bar packaging), be sure to follow Haruki on Twitter @02ESyRaez4VhR2l. And if you ever need more of a Pringles fix, you can head to Japan to sample the new Pringles flavored ramen and yakisoba.


By - Big Neko.

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