Max Siedentopf has to work quickly and under the cover of nightfall. His medium for the task at hand is cardboard, and his subjects lie motionless under the dark sky. He is the cardboard car pimper.

A photographer by trade, it seems that Siedentopf has taken to the streets of Amsterdam armed with a few tools. Those being cardboard and masking tape. His goal is to find ordinary cars and transform them into something more. This involves wings, vents, spoilers, side skirts, grilles, and new headlight surrounds.

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The resulting cars are now Fast & Furious approved. We wonder if the owner quickly becomes furious upon spotting his or her "pimped" machine. Hopefully, they instead have a laugh at their upgraded ride and smile because they've received a visit from the cardboard car pimper.


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