Delicate-Looking Clothing Made Of Wood [Pics]
Taiwanese artist Mary Leu's precise wood carvings take on the appearance of cotton, terry, and wool.
The dingy-looking clothes hanging on the line above look like whites in need of a good bleaching. But the ‘clothes’ aren’t even made of fabric, they’re actually intricately carved pieces of wood. Taiwanese artist Mary Leu creates the hyperrealistic items by painstakingly carving a single piece of boxwood to mimic the folds, creases, and textures of fabric objects.
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