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Art of the Toilet Paper Roll by JUNIOR FRITZ JACQUET
French artist Junior Fritz Jacquet has been fascinated by paper since a very young age. Among various other paper and cardboard creations, he transforms plain toilet paper rolls into remarkable miniature masks. His technique is inspired by origami, in that it uses a single piece and folds it into a shape, but has a unique smoothness that deviates from the sharpness and jagged edges of origami, creating shapes that are astonishingly human. The masks are sculpted by hand, then coated with shellac and different pigments. A testament to the power of taking something incredibly simple and transforming it into something impressively expressive, each piece exudes a complexity of human emotion conveyed in just a few brilliantly orchestrated folds.
Juliet & Margaret Nieman, Man Ray, 1945
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le scale a doppio ginocchio!
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LICKING THE BARCELONA PAVILION, 1992
…i bet there are architects who would LOVE to do that. or lick mies himself.
LIGHT SCORE (LIGHT STUDIES FOR THE MUSEUM OF THE CITY IN CASSINO, ITALY), 1990s
> here’s the key