Artist Vincent Tomczyk sees himself as part craftsman and part engineer, constructing what he considers to be “biographies of people, experiences, and interpretations of intangible ideas.” The artist’s incredibly realistic sculptures are mind-blowing recreations of everyday objects made from paper. However, Tomczyk wants us to see the emotion and expression contained within — free of its function. This is perhaps best seen in Tomczyk’s chairs, which are full of personality and contain the creases, gaps, and blemishes that develop from years of use. He’s currently creating more chairs in his studio. See more of Tomczyk’s impressive objects, which we first discovered on Colossal, in our gallery.