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Intricately Detailed Hand-Cut Anatomical Organs Out Of Paper by Ali Harrison

Intricately Detailed Hand-Cut Anatomical Organs Out Of Paper by Ali Harrison - Heart Hand

Toronto based studio Light + Paper run by Ali Harrison, has a focus on incredibly detailed reimagined cut paper designs of human organs. Each piece is first hand drawn and then hand-cut on white paper by freehand. Once complete, they hold organic patterns true to their origin. Her pieces take anywhere from 20-60 hours to complete... WOW! You can purchase any of her incredibly detailed works through her shop on Light + Paper, where she offers original hand-cut art pieces, as well as laser cut reproductions in both paper and wood. For a limited time get our Female Reproductive System Tee with all proceeds going towards Planned Parenthood!

Microbiological Motifs Through Laser Cut Paper

Microbiological Motifs Through Laser Cut Paper by Rogan Brown

Keeping in mind the references related to coral, bacteria, pathogens, diatoms, fungi etc..., Rogan Brown's latest works are a correlation of paper cut by hand and laser cutting to create an incredibly detailed and varied visual texture. Each microbiological motif is however completely fictive and imagined. He states, "It is this interplay between the imagination and the "real" world that fascinates me, reality is transformed and estranged through the creative process which paradoxically makes the finished work more real and unique." Rogan's unique pieces identify patterns and motifs that occur in the natural world in different contexts and at different scales, both macroscopic and microscopic. He has developed a formal, aesthetic vocabulary that he uses to construct hybrid sculptural forms, half real, half surreal.

New Intricate Stained Glass Windows from Colorful Laser Cut Paper (Video)

New Intricate Stained Glass Windows from Colorful Laser Cut Paper (Video) - Arch 6

Virginia based artist Eric Standley has a body of work, as we have seen previously, that consists of compositions that use upwards of 250 sheets of colorful laser-cut archival paper that have been carefully layered and can take almost a year to produce. These laser-cut masterpieces, reminiscent of stained glass windows, are inspired by geometry found in Gothic and Islamic architectural ornamentation in an attempt to capture a reverence for the infinite. "I am interested in the conceptual migration from the permanence and massiveness of stone to the fragility and intimacy of paper," he mentions in an artist statement. You can see just how astounding his works are from this latest series, but also the video below captures the true awe inspiring wow factor of how incredibly detailed these works truly are.

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Laser Cut Pop Up Kirigami Cards of Landmarks from New York, Paris and London

Laser Cut Pop Up Kirigami Cards of Landmarks from London - Tower Bridge

With over a decade of experience working as a graphic designer in leading branding agencies around the world, London based artist Judy Robinson decided to create something purely for the love of creating. With her passion for papercraft and a love of sophisticated minimalist design Paper Tango was born. Little did she know that her pop-up creations made in her small bedroom in North London would, through the encouragement of family and friends, grow into an international creative business. These kirigami pop-up cards are of landmarks from New York, Paris and London, which have been intricately laser cut and individually hand folded and trimmed. The card is A4 size and made from premium Italian paper and UK paper stocks. Be sure to check out the entire collection on Paper Tango.

Intricate Laser Cut Stained Glass Paper Windows

Intricate Laser Cut Stained Glass Paper Windows

Eric Standley works with hundreds of layers of laser cut colored paper which produce these intricate stain glass windows. They are carefully layered and their positive and negative space make it as if they are floating.

Paper Note – A Tangible Paper Waveform with Processing

Paper Note – A Tangible Paper Waveform with Processing

Andrew Spitz and Andrew Nip created this project entitled Paper Note. This project creates a tangible waveform from laser cut disks of paper where the user records a message, sound, etc and the system takes that information and analyses and maps it to each corresponding slice. The circles are laid on a sheet, lasercut and placed together with the end result representing the original sound wave.

Bless This Mess by Scott Campbell

Bless This Mess by Scott Campbell

"Bless This Mess" is the newest installation from New York-based artist Scott Campbell who is well known for his intricately designed tattoos as well as astounding carved pieces with money. This particular collection has several pieces formed by the artist using laser cutting into low reliefs from uncirculated US currency.

Clockwork Love Jewelry by Tjep

Clockwork Love Jewelry by Tjep - Wings

Happy Valentine's Day! What better way to bring in the day of love then with some stunning paper, yes paper, clocks in various shapes of hearts. Clockwork Love is a jewelry collection designed by Tjep that evenly and consistently combines a great multitude of graphic elements in a multitude of layers. It consists of 6 timepieces that express the different moods of the heart in frozen mechanical arrangements as if they were portraits immobilized in time. Through liberal use of symbolic references they represent such themes as fragility, passion, uncertainty and desire.

Artifacture: Paper Eiffel Tower

Artifacture Studios has created this amazingly detailed replica of the Eiffel Tower that utilized the use of no glue, tape or fasteners.

Approximately 22" tall, this laser cut consists of 4 copies each of 4 different pieces cut from a single 18x24 sheet of Plike 122# Bordeaux Cover paper. This revised version to the original is more durable and more refined to resemble the true tower.