Fallen Leaves Transform Into Works Of Art – Design You Trust

Fallen Leaves Transform Into Works Of Art

Folk art master Liu Changgui cuts a picture in a leaf in Southwest China’s Chongqing. He has the special skill of cutting leaves. It usually takes two months to finish one piece, from picking fallen leaves, cleaning, soaking, painting, sculpting and drying.









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