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Abdomen by Lisa Nilsson (paper, 15 x x inches, Transverse section: showing lumbar vertebra, kidneys, intenstines

Lisa Nilsson- mulberry paper- Shoulders

Available for sale from Pavel Zoubok Gallery, Lisa Nilsson, Male Shoulders Mulberry paper collage, 12 × 22 × 1 in

Paper artist Lisa Nilsson mimics the internal organs and bones that make up human and animal anatomy--all with tightly coiled bits of paper. Here’s how.

See Amazing Recreations Of Your Internal Organs Made Out Of Paper

Lisa Nilsson, quilled paper

Update: Quilled Paper Sculptures by Lisa Nilsson

Anatomical Cross Sections Made with Quilled Paper by Lisa Nilsson

likeafieldmouse: “Lisa Nilsson - Tissue Series - Anatomical cross-sections in paper Artist’s statement: “These pieces are made of Japanese mulberry paper and the gilded edges of old books.

Connective Tissue by Lisa Nilsson at New York’s Pavel Zoubok Gallery

Lisa Nilsson, Tissue Series featured quilled human anatomy cross sections displayed in wooden silk covered boxes she made by hand.

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Paper Human Body (could do this as cross curricular art lesson) different types of cells

Intricately Cut Paper Sculptures Mimic Stained Glass Windows

Intricately Cut Paper Sculptures Mimic Stained Glass Windows

Virginia-based paper artist Eric Standley meticulously cuts and layers thin sheets of paper to construct sculptural creations that look like stained glass

A paper-quilled cross section of the human head, from Machinatorium

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Anatomical Cross-Sections Made with Quilled Paper For her Tissue Series, artist Lisa Nilsson constructs anatomical cross sections of the human body using rolled pieces of Japanese mulberry paper, a technique known as quilling or paper filigree.

Angel / Pot by Keiko Masumoto, D28 × W38 × H40 cm

Angel / Pot by Keiko Masumoto, × × cm

Quilled text.

Inspired by Yulia Brodskaya and quilled by Kim, this framed piece makes me think of the British WWII slogan, "Keep Calm and Carry on" - good advice for the holiday season too! (via Ann Martin)

Kukluxklok by Midas Zwaan

Kukluxklok by Midas Zwaan

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Tissue Series, Anatomical Cross-Sections in Paper, Head II (detail) — Lisa Nilsson

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Just to say hello and I wish you a good day! from lili scratchy

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