Actually, paper can look far too different, depending on technique. For example, moving from rock to rope, Gunjan Aylawdi seemingly weaves intricate tapestries. But, as a matter of fact, they’re not tapestries at all. They’re just tiny pieces of rolled paper that look like string.
Li Hongbo is Chinese artist who then is enthralled by “the endless possibilities of paper” and transforms the everyday material into something truly astonishing such as stone sculptures that stretch in front of our very eyes.