Paper-Cut Artworks Archive

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Stunning Fashion Illustrations Completes with Everyday Objects by Edgar Artis

Paper Cut-out Dresses by Edgar Artis

Talented Armenian artist Edgar Artis draws beautiful girls and dress them into beautiful gowns made from everyday objects like burned matches, pomegranate seeds and even blue sky.

At first glance, his creations look like the kinds of fashion drawings you might see in a magazine or on the package for a dress pattern.

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Clever Artworks on Folded White Paper by HuskMitNavn

Illustrator Uses Clever 3D Tricks To Bring His Cartoons To Life

Talented Danish artist HuskMitNavn creates beautiful humorous and creative artworks on folded white paper. Three-dimensional look is given by drawing on both sides of the paper sheet. It literally looks like the lively cartoons jump off the page.

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Clever 3D Tricks Used To Bring Cartoons To Life

Playful 3D Tricks Bring 2D Cartoons To Life

Simple black-and-white drawing created with a smart twist by Danish artist HuskMitNavn. By simply wrinkling or tearing some part of the paper artist bring the 2D characters to life and feel their pain, joy and frustration.

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Amazingly Detailed Paper-Cut Artwork By Indian Artist Parth Kothekar

Paper-cut Artworks by Parth Kothekar

Parth Kothekar, paper cut artist from Ahmedabad, India creates adorable paper-cut artworks range from miniature silhouettes and small beautiful jewelry to larger scale artworks. The artwork then framed between two glasses to get the final look.

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She Could Not Grow Real Plants So She Made These Creative Paper Plants

Paper Plants by Corrie Beth Hogg Ruellia Makoyana Paper Plant

Artist, crafter and designer, Corrie Beth Hogg who live in NYC spends a lot of her time at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden searching for inspiration and admiring all the plants – plants that would never survive in her apartment. So, if she sees something she likes, she makes it with paper.

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