16:51Paper Skull by Maskull Lasserre
Canadian artist has so much love to human(and not only) anatomy. In his works he frequently refers to the structure of the body, while choosing unusual objects for carving — wooden frames, furniture and so on.
This time he picked several old books and manuals about computers. He put them in vise and cut out 3D skull. In this post you will see a gradual process, in which the result will be a paper sculpture.
Beginning of the work process. Pack of books and manuals and an old human skull.
The first touches - and from the thickness of the paper starts to peep the future sculpture.
The main tool of the artist is a small drill 2mm in diameter.
Skull is almost ready. Only thing left is to bring the luster.
One on hand, when skull appears from books it seems unusual, but on the other hand, it shows that skull was already hidden in between those pages. Long time ago.
And only artist with his vision of things can reveal it.
It wasn't an accident, that artist choose computer theme books and manuals — those book lose their relevance very quickly.
Maskull Lasserre was born in Canada in 1978, but his early childhood spent in South Africa.
He studied art at Mount Allison University. And also got sculptor education at Concordia University.
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