Today the Department of Phenomenal Papercraft is catching up with the latest spectacular Baroque paper wigs created by Russia-based paper artists Asya Kozina and Dmitriy Kozin (previously featured here).
While maintaining a traditional aesthetic, the duo’s hand-made paper versions incorporate symbols from the modern world such as airplanes, ferris wheels, and multi-story architecture. Kozina describes the collection as “a combination of old and new luxury, where the skyscraper rises at the top of an ornate hairstyle, and the plane is decorated with flowers and ostrich feathers.”
Photos by Anastasia Andreeva
[via My Modern Met]