Lisa Nilsson creates these anatomical cross sections by "quilting" thin pieces of paper together, giving the pieces that sinewy texture that's perfect for the subject material. Check out more in the via link!
These adorable paper animals are done by Tetsuya Watabe. Check them out in the gallery below, and try not to imagine how much effort and folding went into each one!
It Seemed Like Just Another College Snapchat Story, Then ...
Friday Afternoons Can Be Really Tough at Work
Why Don't These 8 Objects Exist in The Real World?
Heartbreaking Video of the Day: A Son Comes Out to His Parents ...
What if Other Video Game Characters Could Mega Evolve?
Awesome Customer Service of the Day: Amazon Rep Has a Funny ...
Damn Nature, You Scary of the Day: Just Filming a Rainbow ...
Pick Your Site Name
Tell me more