Inspired by literature, philosophy, and film, and surrealissm, Schubert creates folded paper "drawings," but without the use of any pencil or ink. Using a single sheet of paper, he meticulously folds and creases, until the piece of paper becomes a work of art.
Looking at a crumpled piece of white paper, you mind might automatically conjure up the word "recycling." However, German artist Simon Schubert is known for seeing a lot more.
Some of his folded papers portray real places, such as Stadtschloss, a city palace in Berlin. Others are imaginary spaces created by Schubert's imagination.
Check out his amazing work below - and then grab that crumpled piece of paper out of the recycling bin and try it for yourself!
You can see more of Schubert's work on his website (https://www.simonschubert.de/).