Bryan Berg Builds Card Structure for Tsunami Relief

 

 

Bryan Berg has more cards than our entire basement.  His passion is stacking cards on top of each other to fabricate elaborate buildings and cityscapes.  Mr. Berg?s talent has drawn accolades and awards from major newspapers, the Guinness officials, and his friend David Blaine.

 

Mr. Blaine inspired his pal to build the entire New York City Skyline out of playing cards on television.  The project will take 18 hours a day through February 21st in the New York studios of Good Morning America. 

 

In keeping with the Blaine tradition of literally living with the project, Mr. Berg will take up residence in the studios until the city is built. 

 

We will keep you posted on the building as well as the fund-raising success. 

 

Good luck to Mr. Berg.

 

You can check out the Good Morning America website by clicking here.

Visit Mr. Berg?s website to see more of his creations by clicking here.

 


 

 

Bryan Berg has more cards than our entire basement.  His passion is stacking cards on top of each other to fabricate elaborate buildings and cityscapes.  Mr. Berg?s talent has drawn accolades and awards from major newspapers, the Guinness officials, and his friend David Blaine.

 

Mr. Blaine inspired his pal to build the entire New York City Skyline out of playing cards on television.  The project will take 18 hours a day through February 21st in the New York studios of Good Morning America. 

 

In keeping with the Blaine tradition of literally living with the project, Mr. Berg will take up residence in the studios until the city is built. 

 

We will keep you posted on the building as well as the fund-raising success. 

 

Good luck to Mr. Berg.

 

You can check out the Good Morning America website by clicking here.

Visit Mr. Berg?s website to see more of his creations by clicking here.

 

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