Things and Stuff in Times and Places

- April 29 -

tidingsandthings:

Lisa Nilsson creates Anatomical Cross-Sections in Paper. The images above come from her “Tissue Series” in which she uses Japanese mulberry paper and the gilded edges of old books. She rolls and shapes small pieces of this paper to form the shapes in her images, a technique called quilling, or paper filigree.

You can read more about the concepts behind Lisa’s work and see more images here.


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