Observing a similar aesthetic style to the ornamental wigs of the baroque and rococo periods, paper artist Asya Kozina creates ornate headdresses which pay homage to one of the most beautiful palaces and palaces trends in history. The artist started experimenting with these paper creations in her first paper, costume show printed in 2015.
‘Our brand new series is a composite of old and new luxury, where the skyscraper rises on top of an ornate hairstyle, and the plane is adorned with flowers and ostrich feathers,’ the artist clarifies. ‘they comprise a Ferris wheel, a violin, as well as the Japanese style wig includes a spring of cherry blossoms as a sign of the multicultural character of modern life.’ Kozina’s designs borrow from the past, but also reflect the current by integrating symbols of modern technology to one of the most lavish historical styles.
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