Does this every single time…
They maybe not all true, but definitely fun to read.
Take a look at the first part:
Believe it or not, the artwork in this post was all cut from a single sheet of paper. It is unknown what the artist used to cut the paper with but it had be very delicate work indeed. The intricate detail of the artwork is truly amazing.
These thrilling paper sculptures were created by Los Angeles illustrator and sculptor Jeff Nishinaka who is 52 years old. Jeff is fond of paper craft since 1982. He uses simple tools: tweezers, a mechanical pencil, toothpicks, art knives, cutting mats, etc. to curve the edges. It takes from 3 days to 4 months to produce each intricate sculpture. His amazing pieces range from 8 in by 8 in to 20 feet tall by 20 feet wide.
All the works are given a 3-D look through careful layering of the paper and clever lighting. The price for one piece can go up to £64,000.
By the way, Jeff’s close friend is actor Jackie Chan who owns a big collection of great paper sculptures.
Toilet paper is probably the most classic prank everybody knows of. It can suit many different purposes, and you can always find it at your home.
A secretary came to see tech guys to complain that the copy machine wasn’t working. They asked if there was paper. She said:” No, there wasn’t, that’s why I put new but it still doesn’t work…”
A cardboard world has spread on the streets of Santiago de Chile. This is an artwork of artist Don Lucho who installed them there. These are paper allusions with the theme of a plane crash or road accident. Moreover, the artist draws imaginary cardboard apartments with kitchens, bathrooms and toilets.
It looks fun but useless.