Guinness Record For Playing Card Sculptures

 
 
 





The current record holder for card-stacking goes to architect Bryan Berg for his incredible reproduction of the taller house of freestanding playing cards in 1992. Commissions have come Berg’s way for him to break his own record, and with much success, he now has an impressive repertoire of building models constructed using nothing more than playing cards (and maybe some adhesive?). Berg, also known as the “Cardstacker”, has built the Beijing Olympic Village at Langham Place in Hong Kong; Big Ben in London, England’s House of Parliament and more..but we are most impressed by the entire Holiday Inn suite he reproduced in life-size. A toilet made of Holiday Inn business cards? Now THAT is something to be proud of.

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