French painter and collage artist Anastassia Elias creates tiny scenes with paper inside cardboard toilet paper tubes. Anastassia uses paper the same color as the cardboard tubes to build up the intricate pictures of people, which gives the illusion that the scene taking place inside the walls are actually part of the roll itself. The models, which sell for £90 each, come alive when light is shined through the roll from one end. The details and depth of each piece is impressive.
LESSON 2: Objective- After looking at Asian artists and pieces, create a piece of cut paper art using one of the many symbols important to that culture. Add a piece of colored paper underneath to finish the piece. Example: Koi II . Lisa Rodden
Cut paper imagination habitats? Using only scissors/exacto knives, and adhesives, kids could design and build a habitat that encompasses their "personification" or a (habitatification) of their ongoings of their thoughts/imagination/ideas.