It's crazy everything you can imagine and produce with paper. While some artists are good at using drawing media, others prefer to cut it to make it great sculptures. This is particularly the case Nayan Shrimali and Vaishali Chudasama, two artists of Indian origin who have fun to realize beautiful paper sculptures.
Their passion: represent birds by cutting and assembling pieces of paper with extreme precision. They have thus set themselves the challenge of reproducing 365 different bird species until the end of 2018, one per day. And each of the creations requires an extremely precise process.
The two artists begin by cutting feathers, beaks and claws on sheets of paper. Then they assemble each element to give life to a stunning bluffing bird reproduction who measures less than 10 centimeters height. To discover the works of Nayan Shrimali and Vaishali Chudasama, we invite you to visit their Instagram account or their profile Etsy where these unique creations are for sale.
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