People from all continents know the traditional use of papier-mache in a large variety: dolls, masks, puppets, toys, decorations,... That is because it's such a cheap, varied, easily obtainable and processable material. But this hasn't always been the case. For centuries, paper was very valuable and the processing of it into papier-mache was a time-consuming and labour-intensive process. For the history freaks among you, we gladly present a historical-geographical survey.
Category: Mask making / Materials
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