Unique duck woven out of hanji (handmade Korean paper), hollow and dyed with walnut ink and indigo. Thanks to Haystack Mountain School of Crafts.
After selecting hanji (handmade Korean paper), large sheets are coated with konnyaku, a natural starch that adds strength and water resistance
Making paper cords
Large sheets of paper are torn down by hand into paired strips of paper, which are then twisted and plied like rope into hundreds of cords.
In a Korean process called jiseung, paper cords are twined like baskets to create forms
The plain paper duck is dyed first with an undercoat of walnut ink, and then an overdye of indigo.