Danish artist Peter Callesen works in a somewhat unusual style - he creates his works not on paper, but out of paper. He uses it as a medium for sculpting paper by bending it. And this is much more difficult than just cutting it into pieces and gluing it.
Each of his works was made by cutting only one sheet of paper, and already from his remnants everything else is obtained. Interestingly, sheets of paper can be either A4 or 7x5 meters. And if a sculpture in the form of a building or a castle does not seem to be something extra complicated (although it is from which side to look …), then the image of the structure of a human skull is a great and hard work. It is unlikely that there are any similarities with the real contents of our head, nevertheless we are dealing with an artist, not a biologist, but the picture itself is amazing.
We have already touched on the topic somehow paper creativity, this topic is really multifaceted. It would seem that only the stars are higher, but designers and artists continue to work wonders. And if someone believes that such work and eggs are not worth a damn, let him first create something similar, which everyone will admire. The authors really deserve attention.
Works by Peter Callesen
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