Monday, November 23, 2009

The Crazy TP Art of Junior Fritz Jacquet


Photo by Matthieu Gauchet
Now that I've seen the mind blowing creations of French artist, Junior Fritz Jacquet, I will never look at a cardboard toilet paper tube the same way again. Really. How does he do that?

Photo by Dan Marquès and Ted Tabor
I'd ask him, but he seems to be busy right now.

Let's just enjoy more examples of his work. Like these...

Photo by Matthieu Gauchet
And these...

Photo by Matthieu Gauchet
And these...

Photo by Matthieu Gauchet
If these delight you, you may want to hop over to his website to see what other creative things he can do with paper. (A hint: click on the British flag to enter the English version of his site, or the French flag to flex your French muscles.) Prepare to be amazed!

Have a wonder-full Monday, y'all!
Love, Becky

13 comments:

Natalie said...

Lately Maria is obsessed with keeping the tp roll, so these will no doubt give her an artful grin and inspiration.

May Vanderbilt said...

Mind, blown. Creative people amaze me with how their minds work.

When I reach the end of a toilet paper roll, all I think is, Time to recycle this.

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

Wow. I'd never think to do this, and even if I did, it would never turn out so cool. Those FACES!

adrienne said...

Wow, that's clever.
A toilet paper roll is one of my parrot's favorite toys, but I never would have thought of doing anything so creative with one.

ParisBreakfasts said...

THOSE are amazing!!
You should ask him.
I bet he'd love it.
merci

Kelly H-Y said...

That's TP tube?! Amazing!

Chantile said...

That's so cool!

whitewitch said...

Wow! I wouldn't have known that they were made from toilet paper tubes if you had not mentioned it. Brilliant and the expressions are comically entertaining--reminds me of grumpy, old bosses' facial expression during another bad day at work lol.

R and L said...

They all look like the strained faces people might make minutes before they reach for the TP roll.

K. Marie Criddle said...

That's absolutely amazing, I love it! I can't wait to get to the end of my next roll. I do so love your wonders.

Fete et Fleur said...

Too Cool!

I wanted to wish you and your family a very Happy Thanksgiving!! I can't beleive another year of blogging is almost through.

Hugs!
Nancy

Rosemary said...

Those are pretty funny and amazing.
Happy Thanksgiving!
Rosemary

rochambeau said...

Junior Fritz Jacquet's work is fun! His mask~faces make me smile!

Happy Early Thanksgiving Becky.
I'm thankful for you!

xox
Constance