Life-size Animal Sculptures made of rolled-up Newspaper

By: Art by Norunn

Nov 15 2016

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Japanese artist Chie Hitotsuyama began as an illustrator, however, childhood memories of her family’s historic paper factory led her to find joy in utilizing unwanted paper as her medium.  Her work includes  realistic animals and marine life sculptures created using recycled newspaper. Hitotsuyama uses old discarded newspapers to make paper strings out of them, just as the old wooden thawing machines did in her grandfather’s factory, but instead, she uses her hands.

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