Spanish artist Malena Valcarcel gets inspiration from old books which she collects from refuse cans, secondhand shops or her friends and creates lovely miniature dioramas of paper art for children. The paper artist is based in Spain on the Mediterranean Coast, who focuses on paper art for years and gives a new life to those old books that have been thrown away as poetic works of art.
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