Cardboard

Superheroes

Non-Profit Organization

Cardboard Superheroes has been featured on NBC 4, CBS 8, LA Daily News, OC Register, KUSI News, KPBS, and many more!

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It all started with a cardboard box . . .

Cardboard Superheroes is a non-profit. We hold free workshops in an effort to promote the arts. We are working to provide an alternative that is free and fun for everyone.

 

 

 

 

We are brothers who love superheroes - Marvel, DC Comics, Star Wars, Disney, Pixar, and real life superheroes everywhere.

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Connor Lee is currently a sophomore in high school. He has been building life-sized cardboard models for the past 6 years.

Bauer Lee is currently an 8th grader. He has been building life-sized cardboard models for the past 4 years.

 
 

Workshops &

Panels

Come check out our virtual online workshop in partnership with the  Comic-Con Museum!

We will teach you how to create your very own miniature model such as Wall-e, R2D2, Thor's Hammer, Captain America's Shield, and more!

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Cardboard Superheroes has worked with Comic-Con, WonderCon, Comic-Con Museum, Maker Faire, and many more!

 

Latest panel

Comic-Con, Wonder Con, Maker Faire

 

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   © 2020 Cardboard Superheroes. Created by Connor and Bauer Lee

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Photos by Sarah Reingewirtz, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG, Comic-Con Museum Photographer, Connor Lee, Bauer Lee, and Parents

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