In the past, we've seen talented artists take to Twitter to show off impressive papercraft artwork, including the beautiful and intricate traditional Japanese art of kirie. Japanese university student and papercraft art enthusiast @02ESyRaez4VhR2l (Haruki), however, may be setting the standard for creativity when it comes to inspirational sources. Haruki reconstructed an empty can of Pringles into a lively figure of the Pringles mascot!

If you're not aware, the Pringles mascot is actually named Julius Pringles, and while we really don't know much about his character, Haruki seems to have captured him as quite the classy potato chips gentleman.

Haruki didn't let any of the Pringles can go to waste, making sure to use the inner lid to give Julius a stylish red vest.

For more awesome and creative papercraft artwork, be sure to follow @02ESyRaez4VhR2l on Twitter.

By - Big Neko.