"Gathering the famous" is a series of paper sculptures inspired by Pablo Picasso's period of distorted depictions. Using paper like clay, the artist delicately crumble the paper to form a desired 3D shape. By using the portrait of the famous, these paper sculptures silently questions our "ways of seeing". It requires us to view the same familiar faces in a whole new way. Do we see these familiar faces differently? Is our knowledge toward these strangely familiar faces paper thin? Are these Art or paper waste? Both subject and visuals contains the meaning of casualty but all elements like lighting, form, shape and lines are carefully staged by the artist. These faces silently questions "truth" & "ways of seeing". Are we seeing the whole picture or are we seeing what the artist want us to see? The beautiful forms and distorted depictions catches the eye and cause us to second guess our vision, the meaning of the image is changed by this simple action.