These adorable dog displays by Will Kurtz depict the common nature of dogs through the creative use of paper materials. Kurtz created the constructs out of common materials such as old newspapers, glue, wood and wire, which can all be found around anyone's home.
The exhibit showcases more than 20 breeds of dogs in a multitude of sizes and colors. Each of the paper dogs are featured in common scenarios that dogs would normally be seen in, such as sniffing each other's behinds to tearing apart a household garment. The pieces are held together by an enormous amount of masking tape that's bound to be recycled after the exhibition.
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This Art Installation by Will Kurtz Features Creative Dog Displays
- By: Ian Andrew PanganibanApr 23, 2013