Chris Gilmour's cardboard creations, I mean. Guido Barterelli took a run at it on Gilmour's About page:
The work of Chris Gilmour provokes surprise and amazement beyond what could appear to be a mere process of reproduction. In returning to the value of making and strongly emphasising it, these works reveal a process of understanding that lets us see everyday reality with new awareness and appreciation. This practice avoids a withdrawal into the limbo of craft, and implies an intimate and profound quest towards the reason of things.
Hey, I'm in the limbo of craft. It's not that dreadful in here, Guido. And I've repaired Fiats before. Gilmour's cardboard version is a very close approximation of the original, materials included:
They're just marvelous, like women are. Let's not ruin them by understanding them.