Ornamental Paper Deformities by Peter Gentenaar

Starting by pouring flax and hemp pulp into large bamboo slat molds which then shrink during the drying process and deform the slats, Peter is then able to shape and guide the process into these elaborate yet intentionally malformed paper sculptures that resemble cancerous wind chimes.

Artist: Website (Photos by Ed Jansen)

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