The invention is a system and method by which new or recycled paper is rolled into unique building blocks and formed into art.
Interior decorating incorporates a wide variety of styles, borrowing ideas from cultures across the globe in order to achieve a unique signature style for the home or office being decorated. For those who are on the cutting edge of modern interior decorating practices, they know all too well that interior design is susceptible to the same type of trends or cyclical popularity as that experienced in the fashion world and other areas. In response to this constant evolution of interior design methods, interior designers and manufacturers of interior design articles are constantly in need of new and innovative ideas. As wall hangings are often the centerpieces of interior design around which the decor of a room is focused, ideas relating to new designs are held at a premium.
Inventor Ratko Maltar of Euclid, OH, has developed a system and method by which new or recycled paper is rolled into unique building blocks and formed into art.
The Process of Assembling Decorations Using Recycled Materials uses approximately 150 to 200 pieces of paper that are rolled and formed into tubes. These tubes are then stapled at their ends to hold them together. Next, plastic wire ties are used to hold the various tubes together and form designs in a layering process. When completed, the invention forms various abstract looking pieces of art that can be hung on a wall or suspended from a ceiling. It is a distinctive form of artwork that enhances any dcor. Each piece is unique and easy to build.