Paper Dali (Aug, 1951)
KENNETH J. Carr of Brighton, England, is a sculptor with a technique which distinguishes him from all others of his breed; he works in paper.
For years Carr was employed as a commercial artist turning out posters, layouts and displays. One day his wife read to him of a new trend in paper sculpture. He decided to try it. He cut, twisted and pasted for a year and then his designs began to sell, so much so that he soon discontinued his other commercial work. His tools: scissors, razor blade, glue and Scotch tape, pencil, ruler and poster paint.