Weird Toilet Paper Roll Sculptures by Junior Jacquet

By Village Mayor • Jun 13th, 2009 • Category: Art, Latest Post, Weird

Since childhood, Junior Fritz Jacquet is fascinated by the paper. He explores and experiments with different techniques of folding and crumpling to create new forms and poetic objects that decorate his life.

While he makes a lot of different artworks from paper (you can find them here), my attention was caught by his weird toilet paper roll sculptures.

Who could have thought that those toilet paper rolls that we use to throw away into a garbage bin, could be turned into fascinating face sculptures?

Oh, and the best thing is that you can make them while sitting comfortably on your toilet!

Enjoy!

(Image credits: http://www.juniorleplieur.com/ via villageofjoy.com)

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