Colorful Formations Cut in Layers of Paper by Charles Clary

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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