Benjamin Shine

Tulle isn’t just for prom and wedding dresses. Benjamin Shine uses this gossamer netting to construct large scale portraits with incredible dimension.

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He can even show the movement of dance…
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Or the complex variegated detail of aging human skin.
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Hear him talk a bit about the work here.

Read a few quotes from an interview at my source.

Benjamin Shine

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2 Responses to “Benjamin Shine”

  1. I’m utterly amazed by this! I can scarcely believe my eyes! It’s so weird do get so much depth from something so flimsy

    • shewalkssoftly Says:

      I found some tulle in a sewing pile in my house and thought “this must be annoying to work with.” Not to everyone, apparently!

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