Yuken Teruya: toilet roll forest

by kath_red on March 11, 2009

in Art+Design, Features

Yuken Teruya’s beautiful cut toilet paper rolls – who knew that these cardboard things could be so delicate and graceful. [via the rag & bone]

toilet roll forest

Image caption: Yuken Teruya, Corner Forest (Serendipitous-Tangents shot), 2007, toilet Paper Rolls. Photo by Eun Young Choi

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1 Amanda Crabtree March 12, 2009 at 1:21 pm

Hi there!

I’m the managing editor of GreenCraft Magazine, the newest magazine
from the publisher of Artful Blogging, Altered Couture and Stuffed: A
Gathering of Softies. The vision for GreenCraft is to provide a variety of
projects that are made from recycled materials and are environmentally friendly, functional and of course, chic.
I’d love to talk to you about your work and the possibilities of featuring
it in the premier issue of GreenCraft. I love the work you have done with these toilet paper rolls! Please e-mail me back so we can discuss this more.

I look forward to hearing from you,
Amanda Crabtree
acrabtree [at] stampington

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