Intricate Wood Carvings That Look Like Soft Fabric

You wouldn't want to wear these undies, or wipe your face with that towel, because you'd end up with a bunch of splinters in the worst possible places.

Taiwanese sculptor Mary Leu carved up this set of undergarments with such fine detail that your eye is tricked into believing they're actually made of dingy fabric instead of wood. 

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Transforming mundane laundry—such as socks, towels and underwear—into fascinating works of art, one can actually see the miniscule weaves of fabric imprinted on these wood-carved creations upon closer inspection. 

Each piece is sculpted out of a single piece of boxwood and may take up to a year to complete. 

Link  --via DesignTAXI

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