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Liquidambar Leaf by Rich70, via Flickr

Lorenzo Duran Silva, 43, from Guadalajara, near Madrid, was inspired to create the delicate pieces after watching a caterpillar make holes in a leaf by eating it.:

That should rustle up interest: From a praying mantis to a skull, the amazing art made by cutting into LEAVES (that can sell for £2,400)

Lorenzo Duran Silva, 43, from Guadalajara, near Madrid, was inspired to create the delicate pieces after watching a caterpillar make holes in a leaf by eating it.:

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Occupying and connecting. Frei Otto. The image above by Otto supports his argument that human spontaneous networks of urbanity follow similar patterns to ones formed in nature through the structures of leaves, insect colonies or soap bubbles.

Emma Johnson, Matrix Emma Johnson's work deals with issues of deconstruction and transformation, the recycling of materials, and the ambiguity of communication - as well as the obsessive repetitive actions used in the making of the work. Road maps are reconstructed into artworks which stand as a tangible and symbolic presence of the information contained within, but are virtually unreadable.