Paper dartboards make up the bulk of the raw material Will Marino uses in his work. After taking/tearing the boards apart, he unwinds the typical rings of the wound dartboard paper into long thin strips. All that remains of the dartboard are its colours on the edges of these strips. He then rewinds the strips into new patterns and shapes, packing them tightly in frames. Or he winds them into discs, after which he pushes and pulls the paper into bowls, cones, domes and arches.