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Leblon - paper sculptures by Carlos Meira, via Behance

These are two paper sculptures with m wide, created for Renner store of Leblon mall.The idea is to honor the neighborhood of Leblon in Rio de Janeiro. In sculpture 1 we see the famous hill “Dois Irmãos” (Two Brothers) and the beach. In sculpture 2 w&

Leblon - paper sculptures on Behance

These are two paper sculptures with m wide, created for Renner store of Leblon mall.The idea is to honor the neighborhood of Leblon in Rio de Janeiro. In sculpture 1 we see the famous hill “Dois Irmãos” (Two Brothers) and the beach. In sculpture 2 w&

Leblon - paper sculptures on Behance

These are two paper sculptures with m wide, created for Renner store of Leblon mall.The idea is to honor the neighborhood of Leblon in Rio de Janeiro. In sculpture 1 we see the famous hill “Dois Irmãos” (Two Brothers) and the beach. In sculpture 2 w&

paper sculptor, Jeff Nishinaka, a native of Los Angeles-His work is breathtaking in its cleanliness, complexity, and kinetic movement.

Incredible Paper Sculptures by Jeff Nishinaka

If there was a pageant for paper sculptors, Jeff Nishinaka, a native of Los Angeles, would win top prize. His work is breathtaking in its cleanliness, comp

Animated and alive paper sculpture by Jeff Nishinaka

Animated and alive paper sculptures by Jeff Nishinaka - Ego - AlterEgo

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Incredible paper sculptures by Jeff Nishinaka

Jeff Nishinaka is the world’s premier paper sculptor with the a prolific career that spans 28 years. Nishinaka attended UCLA and graduated from the prestigious

JEFF NISHINAKA - esculturas, papel

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Image: The amazing paper artwork of Jeff Nishinaka, California, America (© REX FEATURES/Jeff Nishinaka/Solent News)

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Artist Jeff Nishinaka is one of the world's most respected and renowned paper sculptors. Here's a look at some of his all white and colored paper sculptings

Jeff Nishinaka, 1981 ~ Paper sculpture

Jeff Nishinaka, 1981 ~ Paper sculpture

Jeff Nishinaka - paper sculpture The materials this artist has used is paper, pencil, scissors/scalpel. I like this piece because it has a variety of different layers. I also like this piece because it has many small intricate details.

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