It’s easy to mistake these Junior Fritz Jacquet creations for actual tribal mask artifacts from exotic lands, but, believe it or not, these colorful visages are simply papercraft sculptures made from toilet paper rolls. Who knew the neglected center of the common bathroom product could be transformed into such stunning masterpieces?
Junior Fritz Jacquet is an artist who uses paper as his medium, but these face origami opuses are nothing like anything else he’s ever made. It’s amazing how he folds and crinkles the recycled material in order to produce facial features and wrinkled skin. The process no doubt took years to perfect and is truly a one of a kind way to express oneself.
For an added visual effect, Junior Fritz Jacquet colored his papercrafts with earthy tones.
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