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This mask of a satyr has an appropriately capricious attitude. The model is devilishly complex. It was folded from a single piece of red "elephant hide", a durable, archival paper designed for bookbinding. No cuts, no glue, just a lot of folding.
The satyr measures 26cm. tall x 22cm. wide x 6cm. deep. It has been treated with shellac to protect the paper and improve the rigidity of the form. It can be hung from a wall or a display stand.
This piece was recently on display as part of the Paperwork in 3D exhibition at the Shelburne museum in Vermont alongside the works of origami luminaries Robert Lang, Brian Chan and Chris Palmer, and now it can be displayed in your own home!



  • Handmade item
  • Materials: paper, shellac
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 43 reviews
  • Favorited by: 35 people