That moustached face just became a whole lot more dapper.

Unless you own a snazzy Pringles bluetooth speaker that can transform an empty can of Pringles into a sound system, the next logical step is to hurl the tube into the recycle bin once its contents are finished.

But papercraft lover @02ESyRaez4VhR2l, who stunned us before with incredibly detailed paper airships, tapped into his creativity and converted an empty tube of sour cream and onion-flavored Pringles into a suave gentleman wearing a suit.

▼ Mr. Pringles, the epitome of grace and style.

Through meticulous cutting and folding, he crafted a bright green suit complete with matching shoes for Julius Pringles, the mascot character featured on every can of Pringles. The nutrition facts label made up his hands, and the tube’s cap became a pedestal for the model.

“I used the flavor seal to make the red vest.”

▼ He sure cuts a fine figure with that moustache.

Japanese netizens roared in approval:

“It’s amazing how you created those wrinkles on the suit using that hard can.”
“‘Thank you for returning me to my original self,’ said Mr. Pringles.”
“I think the company would be ecstatic if you sent this to them.”
“He sure looks like a model with such long legs and a slim body.”
“‘Shall I turn you into a pile of chips?’ taunted Mr. Pringles.’”

Kudos to @02ESyRaez4VhR2l for giving one of the world’s most famous faces a more dapper form and forever changing the way we look at a tube of chips. The only way this can be more awesome is if he created colorful and handsome figures for every crazy Pringles flavor ever made in Japan.

Source: Twitter/@02ESyRaez4VhR2l via My Game News Flash
Featured image: Twitter/@02ESyRaez4VhR2l