Paper artist Matthew Shlian blends his talent for sculpture with a knack for engineering, generating geometric works which are composed of tightknit tessellations. Shlian’s receptively folded works have to lead to collaborations with researchers at the University of Michigan, together working to envision research by translating paper buildings to micro folds.
“In my studio, I am a collaborator, explorer, and inventor. I start with a method of folding, and at a particular moment, the material requires over.”
You can see more of his intricately work on his Instagram and Facebook.
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