Gyre, cut paper sculpture by Mia Pearlman.
This is probably one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever seen.
Oh my! <3
this is stunning!
great ! work ! really interesting…wonderfully visual and mysterious
it’s that beautiful combination of process and spectacle. i like it.
this is sooo amazeing! i would want it above my dinning room table. i love it. great work!
i like everything on this blog so artistic,,:)
if you like this artwork, take a look also at the papercut work of japanese artist Tomoko Shioyasu. amazing
This is immense.
It’s nice to see some installation work on the site.
great sclupture.. cool..
this is amazing
(first post btw. i come here quite a bit, but i never post anything)
@ spectator: agreed that is amazing!
INSANE it looks SO ALIVE.
i love all of this and reposted some. really beautiful!
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