The art world has long been known for its popularity with the rich and famous.
But now, the world is waking up to the fact that paper towels aren’t always the most popular art medium in our world.
-The New York Times article Top Paper Towels and Other Artifacts from the World’s Most Visited Art MuseumIn 2015, National Geographic launched its Top Paper Towels series.
Since then, the magazine has published several books dedicated to the art form, and now the same brand of paper towels are also featured in the upcoming Netflix docuseries “Pulp Fiction.”
And the art has been evolving in leaps and bounds since those books were published.
It’s no wonder the art world is paying attention to paper towels.
They’re also making the art more accessible and affordable for the masses.
Here are five things to know about paper towels:1.
Paper towels are actually made out of the same chemical that makes paint.
Scientists say that, although they are made of a different chemical, they are the same substance.2.
The chemical used to make the paper towels was discovered by scientists at Harvard University in 1872.3.
A chemical found in paper towels has been used to create thousands of products and are often used in consumer goods like shampoo and detergents.4.
Paper towel art has evolved over the years and today, many of the top artists are also artists of paper.5.
The paper towels were made by the famous Dutch artist Paul Gauguin in the early 1800s, who is considered one of the most influential artists of the 20th century.