A book might just seem like a binding of pages that contain stories, but Cecilia Levy creates paper sculptures that challenge what is traditionally thought to be possible with the physical body of a book.
Using various novels, Levy is able to effectively transform the pages into a palpable piece of artwork that is far from what might be considered traditional in the grand scheme of artistic endeavours. With that said, her work is beyond the confines of reality and more aesthetically suited within the pages of the very books she uses to create the collection.
Paper sculptures aren't just beautiful, but wretchedly delicate, which can add immensely to the overall beauty that the pieces exude throughout.
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