French artist Junior Fritz Jacque uses origami-inspired technique to turn discarded toilet-paper rolls an cardboard into incredible sculptures. On his website, Jacquet states that he loves to experiment with different folding techniques by finding new methods to create forms and objects.
But Jacquet understands that the face isn't the only part of the body involved in self-expression. So he's also created the Bonhomme Canelle collection–a series that revolves around the same little man, always in a different position. The figure is made out of one sheet of cardboard and stands upright on a wooden support.
This 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. Bursting with energy, he laughs loudly, always ready for action, sitting down breathlessly, tapping with his foot while he waits. Once he is tired he relaxes, chattering wit fully, and finally falling asleep. He also sits, lies down and feels at ease almost anywhere.