Japanese Artist creates incredibly animal sculptures with wet paper

It’s just mind-blowing how truly talented people are able to come up with new unimaginable techniques and ideas and create genuine masterpieces out of nowhere. These artists, photographers, sculptors and other craftsmen use the power of their mind to make something beautiful often out of materials at hand and inspire other people to translate their ideas into reality, sending a powerful message and the call for action just like they do.

The photographs below present the work of a young Japanese artist Chie Hitotsuyama, who uses tightly rolled strips (or straws) of wet newspaper to create her incredibly realistic three-dimensional, usually life-size sculptures of wild animals.

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All pictures belong to Hitotsuyama Studio Photography

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