Artist Charles Clary from Tennessee creates structural paper formations that look like some kind of biological microorganisms or topographical maps. His works require a lot of patience to make. Clary can sometimes spend 12 hours a day cutting thin layers of paper that are delicately stacked together to form an impressive piece of art.
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