Weekly art websites: toilet paper roll sculptures
Tuesday 25 May 2010
A selection of websites that might make you start holding onto your toilet paper rolls.
Toilet paper roll silhouettes - http://www.anastassia-elias.com/index.php?list=20
French artist Anastassia Elias (also known as Chadou Yama) creates tiny paper silhouette scenes inside toilet paper rolls.
Yuken Teruya - http://www.yukenteruyastudio.com/en/projects/
Yuken Teruya creates art from everyday objects like pizza boxes, McDonald's bags and toilet paper rolls. Her Rain Forest and Corner Forest sculptures turn toilet paper rolls into stunning "forest" of wall hangings.
DIY toilet paper sculptures - http://berubetto.blogspot.com/2009/11/diy-toilet-roll-pixel-boy.html
Beru Betto has created a DIY tutorial that will help you turn your used toilet paper rolls into pixelated works of art.
Junior Fritz Jacquet - http://www.juniorfritzjacquet.com/
Junior Fritz Jacquet is a paper sculptor who crumples and folds his materials into new forms. His "Mask" sculptures turn toilet paper rolls into expressive faces.
Toilet paper roll wall art - http://www.growingupcreative.com/2009/10/eco-kids-craft.html
This tutorial shows you how to create your own flower wall hanging using discarded toilet paper rolls.
Instructables - http://www.instructables.com/id/Toilet-paper-roll--lamp/
Another DIY tutorial that shows how to create your own toilet paper roll lamp.
Toilet paper origami - http://www.origami-resource-center.com/toilet-paper-origami-pleat.html
Just in case you still have some toilet paper left on your toilet rolls, this website shows you how to use it make beautiful origami.
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