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2017-06-26 18:01 ChineseTime

Leather handicrafts showcase grassland culture
An artisan engraves a piece of leather at a workshop in Yuquan district, Hohhot, Inner Mongolia autonomous region on June 19. The leather handicrafts workshop has recently drawn people’s attention due to its unique design and exquisite craftsmanship that vividly reflect Mongolian ethnic history and customs. [Photo/Xinhua]
19日,在玉泉区大盛魁文创园内的牧·匠皮艺工作室,木仁在摆放皮艺作品。

木仁2007年从内蒙古大学艺术学院艺术设计系毕业后,创办了牧·匠皮艺工作室。一块块牛皮通过创意设计和雕刻、压花、印花、拼贴、彩绘制作成皮艺作品,为牛皮赋予了新的“生命”。这些构思精巧的作品赢得了大家的喜爱,也为工作室带来了商机,而木仁和他的伙伴们也用自己的作品让人们感受草原文化的独特魅力。

Leather handicrafts showcase grassland culture
An artisan engraves a piece of leather at a workshop in Yuquan district, Hohhot, Inner Mongolia autonomous region on June 19. The manual process usually includes engraving, embossing, stamping, collaging, and painting. [Photo/Xinhua]

Leather handicrafts showcase grassland culture
Mu Ren works on a leather handicraft at a workshop in Yuquan district, Hohhot, Inner Mongolia autonomous region on June 19. As the workshop’s manager, Mu Ren graduated from the College of Fine Arts of Inner Mongolia University in 2007 and then established his studio to create leather works. To expand sales, Mu utilizes multiple ways to promote his handicrafts, including operating e-commerce platforms, running stores in malls, and holding exhibitions. [Photo/Xinhua]

Leather handicrafts showcase grassland culture
Leather handicrafts, inspired by patterns on ancient rock paintings, are displayed on the wall at a workshop in Yuquan district, Hohhot, Inner Mongolia autonomous region on June 19. The leather handicrafts workshop has recently drawn people’s attention due to its unique design and exquisite craftsmanship that vividly reflect Mongolian ethnic history and customs. [Photo/Xinhua]

Leather handicrafts showcase grassland culture
A consumer selects leather products at a workshop in Yuquan district, Hohhot, Inner Mongolia autonomous region on June 19. As the workshop’s manager, Mu Ren graduated from the College of Fine Arts of Inner Mongolia University in 2007 and then established his studio to create leather works. To expand sales, Mu utilizes multiple ways to promote his handicrafts, including operating e-commerce platforms, running stores in malls, and holding exhibitions. [Photo/Xinhua]

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