Li Hongbo grew up in the Chinese province of Ji Lin. The Chinese saying “Life is as fragile as paper’ had a deep impact in her life which is probably what influenced her to use paper as her medium. To create her delightfully bendy paper sculptures, she has layers sheets of paper by gluing them to each other, forming a honeycomb pattern. She does the gluing by hand until she forms a small block of paper just the right size for her sculpture. Li then uses a woodworking saw to make the initial cuts, switching to an angle grinder for fine work. The final step involves touching up the whole sculpture with sandpaper.
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