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This one piece of tulle fabric has been pressed and pulled, pleated and pushed by artist Benjamin Shine to create an amazing 3’x4’ work of art. This piece is currently on exhibit at the Courvoisier Future Gallery in West London.
Benjamin Shine, now 31, is the inventor of the Cordz drawing tool and enjoys working in fabrics of all types. Shine is well known for his silk cloth and iron portrait of Margaret Thatcher.
Sarah Tooze from EcoPress said, “‘Innovation’ best sums up Benjamin Shine’s work.” I don’t think too many people would contest that claim.