Topographic Water Patterns by Olga Skorokhod

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Wanting to be an artist her whole life, Olga Skorokhod turned her interests to that of paper cut art, with the inspiration being the beauty in nature all around us. She handcrafts these incredibly detailed layered topographic works with the use of a surgical blade, meticulously adding texture to smooth sheets, layering them for depth to give these paper sculptures the illusion of being three dimensional.

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“A power of nature gives me energy and inspires me for my next project. All the time I’m trying to make experiments with techniques and materials and trying to express myself. ” – Olga Skorokhod

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Her sculptures were created through the inspiration of nature’s fascinating beauty and she tries to give an impressive glimpse of what the invisible microscopic world looks like through her eyes and imagination.

via Olga Skorokhod

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