These papier-mache props, floats and masks are from 'The Faces of Mardi Gras' by Kaylin Idora, a photography set that gives these revelers a new dimension. Each face is so expressive and artfully created--it's tough to pick a favorite!
Check out more shots from 'The Faces of Mardi Gras' by Kaylin Idora above, and keep clicking for more papier-mache and artistic creations from Trend Hunter's archives.
Implications - When looking at art, consumers want to feel like they can relate to what is being presented to them. Exhibitions that utilize a common material are more appealing to viewers because of its ability to make a connection with those who aren't particularly artists themselves. Designers could integrate more approachable methods into their products in order to appeal to those who want to feel closer to what they're looking at.
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