Two Indian artists Deepti Nair and Harikrishnan Panicker have mastered the art of creating beautiful and detailed dioramas out of paper. This will remind you of fairytales.
This is how they make them.
They start by cutting out layers of stiff watercolor paper, which go from the foreground to the back, ensuring that each layer is visible and that it builds on the layer before it. Then, the diorama is placed into a shadow box and illuminated from behind with small flexible LED strips, which give them their storybook glow and illuminate Hari & Deepti’s painstaking craftwork.
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