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The IB Art Studio - QUILLING   Quilling or paper filigree is an art form that involves the use of strips of paper that are rolled, shaped, and glued together to create decorative designs. The paper is wound around a quill to create a basic coil shape.

The IB Art Studio - QUILLING Quilling or paper filigree is an art form that involves the use of strips of paper that are rolled, shaped, and glued together to create decorative designs. The paper is wound around a quill to create a basic coil shape.

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Update: Quilled Paper Sculptures by Lisa Nilsson

Jane Marple- Powers of deduction usually involves an element of intuition and a focus on the psychology of people – how she has seen others react in the same circumstances, or a feeling that they remind her of someone. She has a keen observer of human nature.

Jane Marple- Powers of deduction usually involves an element of intuition and a focus on the psychology of people – how she has seen others react in the same circumstances, or a feeling that they remind her of someone. She has a keen observer of human nature.

The Breakdown: Cardiology in Medical School - Stethoscopes, Simplicity & Syrah

The Breakdown: Cardiology in Medical School - Stethoscopes, Simplicity & Syrah

I mean, LOOK AT THIS! A full skeleton with all its guts!! She even did the thyroid gland!!! I have this sneaking suspicion that if I counted the vertebrae she's have the correct number (which is 24, by the way - 7 cervical, 12 thoracic and 5 lumbar - you're welcome).

I mean, LOOK AT THIS! A full skeleton with all its guts!! She even did the thyroid gland!!! I have this sneaking suspicion that if I counted the vertebrae she's have the correct number (which is 24, by the way - 7 cervical, 12 thoracic and 5 lumbar - you're welcome).

Artist Lisa Nilsson creates beautiful anatomical cross sections of the human body using rolled pieces of Japanese mulberry paper, a technique known as quilling or paper filigree. Quilling was first practiced by Renaissance nuns and monks who made artistic use of the gilded edges of worn out bibles, and later by 18th century ladies who made artistic use of lots of free time.

Artist Lisa Nilsson creates beautiful anatomical cross sections of the human body using rolled pieces of Japanese mulberry paper, a technique known as quilling or paper filigree. Quilling was first practiced by Renaissance nuns and monks who made artistic use of the gilded edges of worn out bibles, and later by 18th century ladies who made artistic use of lots of free time.

Paper-made version of the human body

O corpo humano feito de papel