There is no limit to any form of creativity. People across the globe have, especially during the lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, have come up with such unconventional, innovative ideas that have more than often left the internet baffled. In a recent incident, a woman has made beautiful portraits out of hole punches. More interestingly, these holes have been punched out from old magazine collections that the artist has collected and worked on.
Madeline Rector has shared an absolutely stunning portrait of a tiger made out of punched holes on Instagram. The video of the making of the big cat begins by different coloured punched holes being segregated. After this ,we see Madeline makinga rough sketch of the portrait on a wooden board with a pencil. Once that is done, she begins pasting the punched holes according to the colour. Eventually, after all the pasting is done, a beautiful portrait of tiger is created.
In a part of her captionm she wrote, “Tiger made 100% of hole punches from old magazines.”As expected, the post garnered lots of love and appreciative remarks from her insta fam and netizens across the globe. A person who was in awe of the creation, enquired if the artist’s fingers hurt while completing the creation. He wrote, “Do your fingers hurt Beautiful Madeline!”Another person who too seemed to be mesmerised by the artwork added, “This is the most incredible piece of art I’ve ever seen!!!! Wow!!!!!!!”
A different person also raised concerns about how the portrait would have been a tiring one to make. She said, “Omergosh! That’s fabulous I bet your hand gets tired from punching holes!”
One more person who was apparently intrigued by the technique used wrote, “So many questions! The first is how do you keep your fingers from getting all gluey and gunked? Do you use tweezers?”
Madeline had also shared multiple posts in which she has shared various photos and clips from the entire making process. People have liberally dropped in heart and fire emojis on those posts as well. In fact, many people have also lauded her for the unique technique and style of her work. Some people on these posts have also expressed eagerness to see the end result.