At the end of every Trending Now episode, we ask for your feedback or submissions regarding the story that we are covering. On Wednesday, one of our stories was about Kai-Xiang Xhong. The 20-year-old Taiwanese student takes cardboard boxes and transforms them into works of art. His latest piece was Tony Stark's Iron Man costume constructed completely from cardboard.
Xhong's work was well-received. Comments on our blog included, "Looks like someone has a future in the movie industry. This is how talent is found nowadays." Another reader wrote, "This guy is unbelievably talented." The project took the student a year to complete.
On our Facebook page, users submitted photos of costumes and sculptures they created, and we felt compelled to share a few.
Brian Nelson posted a photo of his homemade Optimus Prime costume. Nelson used cardboard, foam pool noodles, a baseball helmet, hockey gloves and duct tape. The costume's chest opened up to reveal that it was filled with candy. Once theRead More »from Trending Now Fans Show Us Their Best Costumes Following Cardboard Iron Man Story