Artist Marianne Eriksen Scott-Hansen Uses Tissue Paper To Create Beautiful Flower Bouquets (30 Pics)


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Marianne has been creating these intricate bouquets for the last five years and has worked with well-known designers like Karl Lagerfeld and Viktor & Rolf. Her flowers have been exhibited at the Hempels Glas Museum, Voergaard Castle, as well as the Copenhagen Contemporary.

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Even though Marianne’s flowers always seem to look perfect, the artist says she refuses to use custom-colored paper for her art. “I’d rather use what’s available. If I could design the paper myself, it wouldn’t inspire me,” says the artist. “Now I have to make every effort to get something flavorful out of all these pang colors. I really like that.”

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Believe it or not, Marianne’s bouquets aren’t as frail as they may look. “If they fall down and land on their heads, they won’t break. The many layers of paper reinforce each other, which means that when I create my flowers, I actually transform a weak material into something strong,” says the artist. “I make a humble material that no one thinks anything of into a luxury object.”

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