Matthew Produces Ultra Detailed Sculptures From Simple Pieces Of Paper

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If origami is certainly the most famous folding art, other techniques also sublimate the paper. Matthew Shlian lives a true love story with paper that he handles with unparalleled precision. Discover his incredible creations. 

Graduated from Alfred University in 2002, Matthew Shlian first worked three years as a paper engineer before mixing scientific knowledge and artistic approach to create these wonderful works. He managed to handle the paper with great precision to create geometric art as delicate as light. He assembles complex shapes by varying the dimensions thanks to his knowledge of the support: as he explains on its website, Matthew Shlian uses all sorts of different papers, weights and variable texture.

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