After presenting the art of toilet paper roll, we will show you another marvelous artist whose tool is simply one sheet of A4 paper.
Peter Callesen, a Danish artist and author, is famous for his talent in combining the minimalism of a big crisp white sheet of paper with the complexity of meticulously cut and folded paper and uses the two to build out some aesthetically pleasing compositions, particularly noteworthy are his works where the remains of the cut and folded objects are literally shadows of the objects former itself.
I could hardly imagine that such masterpieces are made out of just one sheet of paper. But after I have seen the works of a Germany artist who has drawn pictures with no pen or paint, I have to admit that they are genius.
White Hand, 2007
Little Erected Ruin, 2007
Looking back, 2006
Impenetrable Castle, 2005
On the other Side, 2009
Running Red Poppies, 2006
The Short Distance Between Time and Shadow, 2006
HALF WAY THROUGH, 2006
Snowballs (detail), 2005
The Outline of a Skeleton, 2006
18,2 cm Tall Tower of Babel, 2005
Down the River, 2005
Holding on to Myself, 2006