Would you believe it if I told you each of these three dimensional tapestries are made of cut paper?! Honestly, paper. Artist Gunjan Aylawadi hand cuts thousands of strips of paper, twists them around a thin wire wire and then glues them onto hand drawn patterns to make her beautifully intricate paper carpets. As you might assume, this is a painstaking process that requires absolute precision and patience. Every millimeter is crucial. Gunjan developed this unique technique as way to pay tribute to the history of craftsmanship and to the ancestors who, with limited tools, were able to leave a legacy of meticulously crafted mosaics. Take the time to give her work a closer look and I wonder if it, too, will leave you in awe.
(via The Jealous Curator)
Simply stunning how much work was put into this and how beautiful it looks!
Totally amazing!! Thanks for sharing : )
FASCINATING! I looooove people who do this type of thing–so intensely perfect and precise. The time, the patience, the commitment, the vision and the ease of which they stay ‘in the zone’ to produce such focused art.
precision and patience, both i lack lol.
How wonderful is this for of art.
I love her unique art, the interview on The Jealous Curator podcast last week was great as well!
These are simply stunning, I’m in awe of how she makes them
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Love the color combinations.
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