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April 22, 2007

Gail Barlow's paper sculptures

image of one of Gail Barlow's sliceform paper sculpture

I've recently developed an interest in sliceforms, a type of paper sculpture related to origami.(*) Poking around to find some current practitioners of the art, I came across the work of English artist Gail Barlow.

Barlow has crafted a number of lovely and intricate sliceform sculptures. Check out her site's gallery.

(*) Origami is based on precisely creasing and folding sheets of paper. Sliceforms are based on precisely cutting sheets of paper and interleaving them into three dimensional shapes.

Posted by Chris Spurgeon at April 22, 2007 10:08 AM

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