Anatomical Cross-Sections Made with Quilled Paper For her Tissue Series, artist Lisa Nilsson constructs anatomical cross sections of the human body using rolled pieces of Japanese mulberry paper, a technique known as quilling or paper filigree.
thisartadventure: “I’ve done this project the last few years but I finally feel like I’ve perfected it. I like to do this in the beginning of the year to loosen up kiddos who may lack some drawing confidence.
What is art for? Alain de Botton's animated guide – video In this exclusive video for the Guardian, philosopher Alain de Botton gives his top five reasons why art is such a vital force for humanity. Are we wrong to like pretty pictures? Watch and find out