Milan-based artist and sculptor Daniele Papuli creates intricate installations entirely made from paper, or as he describes them, ‘Sculptographies’.

Papuli’s abstract installations are all carefully composed by hand – whether it’s a flowing relievo-like form on the floor of a church in Florence or a fantastical sculpture floating from a roof. Working exclusively with paper, according to Papuli, his fascination for the material stems from the fact that it’s “alive, vibrant, ever-changing”.