If you're one of those people who deliberates over how precisely napkins are folded at the table you're sure to appreciate the work of the napkin artist Joan Sallas.
Sallas manages to create wonderful objects using just napkins and his own intricate folding techniques.
The art of napkin folding comes dates back to Germany in the 17th century and by all accounts Sallas is single-handedly bringing back the lost art.
The pieces are amazing and it's hard to believe they're formed purely from folded tissue paper. Take a look for yourself.
His designs are currently on show at the Holburne Museum in England until the end of April. For now you can take a look at the pictures below.
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