The human body is a multifaceted system that scientists still don’t completely recognize, but somehow Nilsson has managed to recreate it using rolled-up bits of paper. Rolling the paper and putting it all together takes a few weeks because, when viewed up close, the organs have hundreds of tiny pieces. Lisa Nilsson, a Rhode Island School of Design graduate, creates marvelous anatomical cross sections of the human body by rolling pieces of Japanese mulberry paper. The technique used in her Tissue Series is called paper filigree or quilling. The artist says that she had been aware of quilling growing up in the 70s, but hadn’t considered it as part of her art making vocabulary until seeing a religious reliquary in an antique store. You see this beautiful creative rolled paper art you see this post and comments about this post. Enjoy!
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Animals have come into view in art throughout history. Prehistoric cave work of arts demonstrate a range of animals but in this post you see different animal art. In this artwork people wearing a colorful dresses and create a figures of different animals and appearing beautiful animals ideas. These images, which we can view only from the air, look more inspiring when you know that the contributors in the picture are people. They are the feet of the crocodile, hawk wings or windmill. Content of images is inspired by nature. The surface of the human body is combined with suitable color cloth. While enjoying them, maybe they will wind up their wings and fly away or leap into the blue depths of the sea. you see this interesting art of animals and comments about this animals art. Enjoy!