Diana Beltran Herrera is a Colombian designer and artist who, simply put, does INSANE things with paper. not only is her work technically amazing; but the pieces that she creates are beautiful to behold. Diana has a university degree in industrial design, and has been pursuing an interest in paper sculpture since graduating.

For Herrera, there is a considerable distance in the relationship between human and nature, and throughout her work, she aims to repair this relation by producing elements that are constantly removed, altered and forgotten. Her work is presented as a resistance where those sculptures remain in an ideal state and act like a model of representation of a reality that doesn’t suffer any change. Trough her practice in sculpture, Herrera has is been representing corporality in movement trough her extensive work with birds.

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  1. Thank you for sharing such beautiful work…her paper sculpturing is undeniably impressive technically and just so beautiful to look at. Will have to include this in my next links to love post!

  2. These are absolutely stunning Representations of birds. They are truly lifelike and I found it hard to believe that the birds were made of paper. Amazing talent!!

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