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•• Published: May 29, 2013

Early one morning, I found threee empty toilet roll cardboards waiting for their departure to recycling. Why the collection? I’ve no idea, they just hadn’t got there yet.

For Junior Fritz Jaquet these simple rolls of cardboard are art in the making. People to be precise, hoards of little people. Experimenting with folding, creasing and twisting. The pieces are afterwards coated with shellac and different pigments. Creating origami sculptures, with inner toilet tubes and folding them into expressive faces, each distinct and charming despite their humble origins.

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Junior Fritz Jaquet also creates a selection of Illuminated sculptures using a sheet of glassine paper, folded in half and closed with hidden, transparent pressure buttons (snap fasteners).

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Illuminated sculptures

From Junior Fritz Jaquet’s website: “The cardboard character is an amusing little man, “Bonhomme Canelle”, who appeals to the playful and spontaneous spirit in all of us. His body is like his spirit: sincere, funny, and glib. “Bonhomme Canelle” is a story on his own.”



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