She Converts Italian Crepe Papers Into Faux Flowers That Look Real

Tiffanie Turner an artist from San Francisco makes spectacular paper flowers that can hardly be differentiated from the real ones. Using Italian crepe paper she cuts petals from it and then sews together for making the most realistic creases and folds of the flower. She creates flowers up to about three feet diameter and has to devote 35 to 80 hours depending on the size of the flower. According to her, she got inspiration for these from her obsession with flowers and plant life. Her architectural background also helped her create the artificial flowers. More info: My Modern Met, All Things Paper /
Photos: Tiffanie Turner/Papel SF

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