In 2009 a nine year old named Caine created his own arcade, imagined and designed by him, and built from cardboard and materials he found at his father’s auto parts store in East LA. No one really saw the arcade until a customer stopped by to buy an auto part. Happened that the customer was a documentary film maker who was blown away by Caine and his arcade. It’s a great story, and you can see it here.
PAST and the Columbus Museum of Art have partnered for five years, bringing the Cardboard Challenge to communities in Central Ohio. Want to participate in your own cardboard challenge? Then you should check out the Global Day of Play!