Cardboard (1971–72)

The Cardboards are wall sculptures made from found cardboard boxes that have been cut, stapled, bent, and combined by the artist but retain their original history through stains, dents, and tears, in addition to inherent color and labeling.

Plain Salt (Cardboard), 1971
Plain Salt (Cardboard)
Shredded Wheat Boxes
Nabisco Shredded Wheat (Cardboard)
Spanish Stuffed / Mode / Plus (Cardboard), 1971
Spanish Stuffed / Mode / Plus (Cardboard)
Volon (Cardboard)
Robert Rauschenberg Tan and Purple Artwork
Aero Shield / Melons (Cardboard)
Lake Placid / Glori-Fried / Yarns from New England (Cardboard)
Lake Placid / Glori-Fried / Yarns from New England (Cardboard)
Glass / Channel / Via Panama (Cardboard), 1971
Glass / Channel / Via Panama (Cardboard)
Rauschenberg National Spinning Company Boxes
National Spinning / Red / Spring (Cardboard)
Gun Tackers / Skin Pack / Brushes / I.T.T. / Glass (Cardboard)
Canary Stick (Cardboard)
Baton Blanche (Cardboard), 1971
Baton Blanche (Cardboard)
Untitled (Cardboard)
1/2 Gals. / AAPCO (Cardboard), 1971
1/2 Gals. / AAPCO (Cardboard)
Bande de Sureté / Twin City / Nipples (Cardboard), 1971
Bande de Sureté / Twin City / Nipples (Cardboard)