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   CaliforniaMama  Sunday Jul 17 12:17 PM

July 17, 2011 Leaf Cutting

"The cuts and edges looked so accurate that I was sceptical they were made on real leaves. Well, they are. Spanish artist Lorenzo Duran cuts them using an ancient Chinese paper cutting technique. Before he cuts the leaves, he dryes and molds them so that they preserve their shapes for good. "

From: http://todayilearned.co.uk/

Lorenzo Duran's website: http://naturayarte.blogspot.com/



HungLikeJesus  Sunday Jul 17 12:51 PM

I'm glad he's preserving them for good, and not for evil.



classicman  Sunday Jul 17 06:44 PM

Wow - I haven't the vision, with or without glasses, to even imagine cutting something like that. Very nice.



Gravdigr  Monday Jul 18 01:02 AM

Oh, I can see it, I just don't have anywhere near that steady a hand.

Impressive.



ZenGum  Monday Jul 18 01:21 AM

The really hard part is explaining to the trained caterpillars which picture you want every time.



Wombat  Monday Jul 18 08:35 AM

His hand slipped as he was doing the deer, and tree 5 of 7 was felled. Doh! (A deer, etc)



ZenGum  Monday Jul 18 08:39 PM

I am stag-ered by your wit.



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