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Origami and lace street art by Mademoiselle Maurice

French artist Mademoiselle Maurice has been creating street art installations by using colorful origami, lace and embroidery. From her works on the streets of Paris, to the walls of Asia, she creates pieces with a purpose. Her orgimai cranes, for instance, reflect Japan’s recent tragedy. She describes her works as a progressive reflection that tends not to give answers but to ask, to reflect, as it idealizes and offers ways of escape.

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