Sculpture by Italian artist Tommaso Tommi: How to build a coffee table from scraps
By By By John WiederhornPublished Nov 06, 2018 10:33am ESTUpdated Nov 06:10am ESTThe artist Tormo Tormio has created a sculpture that can be folded up and folded again.
Tommi’s creation was inspired by a piece of paper in his home he found and has since been folded several times, according to The Next West.
The sculpture is an old wooden coffee table with a plastic frame and wooden handle, with the handle attached to a plastic chain.
It was made from pieces of wood from the kitchen, he said in an Instagram post.
It took him several attempts to make it work.
The sculpture can be seen on his Instagram page.
In a YouTube video, Tommis wife, Livia, talks about the inspiration behind the sculpture, which she says is inspired by the old wooden furniture in her husbands house.
Tormo said he had a feeling that the piece would be good, so he began to draw a plan on paper.
He says he has been working on the sculpture since May, when he decided to make a sculpture out of scraps.
“It took me a long time, and there was a lot of pain,” he told Italian television station ANSA.
“I tried different things, trying to get it to work.
The problem was that I didn’t have any idea how to make something like this.”
He said he finally ended up with a solution using scrap pieces.
“I found this paper, folded it up and it turned into a wooden table.
And the next day I found a couple of pieces of paper, I thought, ‘This is good, I can fold it up again and again.'”
Tommis family is very happy with his success.
He told reporters he hopes his sculpture will inspire people to make the same thing.
“This is the result of a long process of working, and I am very proud of it,” he said.
His sculpture is currently available at his Etsy shop.