These intricate paper sculptures come from imaginative artist Christine Kim. These striking paper artworks are mostly rounded. Some of them look like elaborate snowballs, while others can actually be worn like masks. Kim enjoys creating art from everyday objects (like paper), which is what motivated her to create these delicate sculptures.
The name of this elegant sculpture series is 'Accumulation.' Kim created these artworks for the Toronto Design Festival, which takes place in January.
These artworks were created by cutting up and layering pieces of paper together in an elaborate and eye-catching way. Some of the patterns incorporated into these paper sculptures include stars, while others look almost like tiny molecules. These impressive paper artworks must have taken a long time to piece together but the end result is extremely interesting.