Raya Sader Bujana is a Barcelona based artist whose work combines the worlds of athletics and visual art to achieve mesmerizing effects.
See more on her instagram page here.
There’s also a nice write-up on My Modern Met.
Bujana made use of her experiences as a trained architect in order to create each of the perfectly proportioned paper creations. The curvature of the miniature bodies are made with the same serial plane techniques she employs for landscape sketches. Each figure was then digitized to establish the correct posture, and then all the pieces were cut and assembled with tiny 3mm separators. Some pieces took up to 150 sheets of paper and 500 separators to complete!
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