The name Tes Pasola is synonymous with paper. She believes the possibility for paper has no limits. A zen-like artwork of pulp paper can assume a biomorphic or cloud shape. Book-bound paper can be made into a stool base. A rug and curtain can be made out of twine and Swarovski crystals. A BMW model, a labyrinth or avant-garde pants and blouse can be fashioned from handmade paper. The possibilities are endless.