Paper Illustration Olé School by Lobulo Design

Paper Illustration Olé School by Lobulo Design

You may have seen the incredible detailed paper illustration of the Casio G-Shock GA-110 created by Lobulo Design that we featured here in the past. Now Lobulo has just recently completed a personal project entitled Olé School (I love the play on words) that is reminiscent of “El Día de Muertos”.

Paper Illustration Olé School by Lobulo Design

The piece itself utilizes a couple of different techniques of paper crafting, one being the layering of paper or stacking similar to that of Charles Clary’s Fermatic Pandemic which makes the piece look more dimensional and also the use of quilling for the accented detailing along the top of the skull. It’s positively fascinating to see all the possibilities with paper coming about and definitely inspiring to try merging different techniques to come up with a project as unique as this. Below you can see some photos of Olé School in progress and see more of his work at lobulodesign.com.

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