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British artist Benjamin Shine creates textured "paintings" by carefully folding and ironing one giant sheet of tulle fabric.

Jaw Dropping Portraits Made from Layered Pieces of Tulle. Artist Benjamin Shine recently completed an amazing installation in Canberra, creating larger than life portraits using nothing but tulle.  Entitled The Dance, the installation is constructed from over 2,000 metres (6,560 ft) of tulle and each sculpture is created through a process of pleating, layering, compacting and hand-sewing the material into shape. The finished works are then brought to life through back-lighting.

Artist Benjamin Shine layers, pleats, compacts and sews over metres of tulle into incredible works of art

Benjamin Shine creates textured "paintings" by carefully folding and ironing one giant sheet of tulle fabric

Benjamin Shine Projects--British artist Benjamin Shine takes that tulle and proceeds to pleat, iron, and manipulate it into hauntingly realistic portraits that looks like photographs.

A more fluid approach give Benjamin's latest works an ethereal quality

Artist creates portraits from scrunched up fabric and a household iron

British artist Benjamin Shine creates textured "paintings" by carefully folding and ironing one giant sheet of tulle fabric.

Tulle Portraits by Benjamin Shine via Design Milk. Oh my freakin' wow. Check out the other images on the post.

Tulle Portraits by Benjamin Shine

Instead of painting with paint, British artist Benjamin Shine creates portraits with tulle -- you know, that netting fabric you see on gowns or tutus.

13threads: 'Painting With Fabric' - Tulle Paintings by Benjamin Shine

Hands of Time by Benjamin Shine at London Design Week. This artist creates "paintings" by folding and ironing tulle fabric.

“Tüllerin üst üste binmesiyle çok sayıda tonlama yapabildiğimi fark ettim.”

Instead of painting with paint, British artist Benjamin Shine creates portraits with tulle -- you know, that netting fabric you see on gowns or tutus.

Benjamin Shine recently collaborated with John Galliano on his Spring

Benjamin Shine: Art in tulle

Elizabeth Taylor: Tulle Portraits by Benjamin Shine Photo

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British artist Benjamin Shine creates impressive large-scale portraits by carefully folding and ironing large sheets of tulle fabric.

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