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Paper Anatomy by Lisa Nilsson

These human bodies are made of Japanese paper and gilded edges of old books. They are all created by the technique of quilling. Quilling first appeared in the Renaissance – it was invented by monks and nuns, who have found a way to beneficial use gilded edges of old Bibles, and later – to the XVIII century – the aristocratic lady created masterpieces in the technique of quilling in their spare time. Artist Lisa Nilsson has found an interesting way to use various forms of paper folded in the technique of quilling – it creates a stunning model of human organs!

Paper Anatomy by Lisa Nilsson Paper Anatomy by Lisa Nilsson Paper Anatomy by Lisa Nilsson Paper Anatomy by Lisa Nilsson

Paper Anatomy by Lisa Nilsson Paper Anatomy by Lisa Nilsson Paper Anatomy by Lisa Nilsson Paper Anatomy by Lisa Nilsson

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