FLEXIBLE PAPER SCULPTURES BY LI HONGBO

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Why carve your sculptures when you could delicately glue thousands of perfectly cut pieces of paper together? Beijing editor and designer Li Hongbo, inspired by tradtional Chinese paper toys and decorations, applied the same methods to create these very cool, flexible paper sculptures. Watch the video below of Hongbo demonstrating his sculptures at a recent solo show at Dominik Mersche Galleryin Australia.

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Amazing!! I’d be worried to touch them, they look so delicate…

Li Hongbo – Pure White Paper from Dominik Mersch Gallery on Vimeo.

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