No need to get Xzibit to pimp your ride any longer. A photographer based in Amsterdam has started to take matters in to his own hands. Unlike Xzibit, who would put thousands of dollars worth of upgrades in the car, this photographer uses only one cheap material — cardboard!



Max Siedentopf wanders the streets of Amsterdam in the early hours creating these budget masterpieces. Focusing mainly on so-called “boring” cars, Siedentopf attaches his cardboard parts and then snaps a quick photo. He calls this unique project Slapdash Supercars. Siedentopf believes that we live in a time where self-expression is at an all-time peak. However, the individualization of cars has drastically fallen off the past few years. So why not make up for it on your own terms?



But why the cardboard? Siedentoph likes to use materials that anyone could use, so more people could identify with it. Siedentopf always does his modifications under the cover of darkness, but wishes he could see the reactions of the owners. As he says, he tends to “slap the pieces on and dash away as fast as possible!” Keep up the "impromptu body work" Max. We all look forward to seeing more of the hilarious mods.


If you want to check out more of Max's Slapdash Supercars, or any of his other work. Check out his website http://maxsiedentopf.com/

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