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Giant Cardboard R2D2

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Remember those halcyon days at school when a few pieces of card and some copydex could keep you entertained for hours? (The copydex in more ways than one). Well, Len Komanac has clearly never stopped practicing as he's created this amazing 8-foot-high sculpture of R2D2 using just cardboard and duct tape.

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Of course, before Len gets too pleased with himself, we should remember that the students at Carleton College in the US managed to turn an entire observatory into the little man of Star Wars last year. They were clearly listening in arts and crafts too.

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