AVSM: I feel weepy for the sheer beauty of this. #CutOut (Helfried Hagenberg | book sculptures)

AVSM: I feel weepy for the sheer beauty of this. #CutOut (Helfried Hagenberg | book sculptures)

How fantastic are these original papercuts by Tina Tarnoff in San Francisco?  The typewriter would be perfect for Mr. Armour and I’m particularly smitten with the zebra.  He would look awfully dapper hanging above my desk… YOU MAY ALSO LIKEA Matchbox ZooSnail, Errrr…Zebra MailSmith-Corona ’66Zebra Heaven

The Prettiest Papercuts

How fantastic are these original papercuts by Tina Tarnoff in San Francisco? The typewriter would be perfect for Mr. Armour and I’m particularly smitten with the zebra. He would look awfully dapper hanging above my desk… YOU MAY ALSO LIKEA Matchbox ZooSnail, Errrr…Zebra MailSmith-Corona ’66Zebra Heaven

paper art, cut-out  (use cereal boxes, cut out design, paint them, put cardstock or scrapbook paper behind)

paper art, cut-out (use cereal boxes, cut out design, paint them, put cardstock or scrapbook paper behind)

Ashbee Design: Birch Tree Shadow Box • Simple and Stunning- and when I finally break out my Silhouette, I'm definitely trying something like this.  And I happen to LOVE birch trees (have a quilt design featuring birch trees), so thanks for sharing, Ashbee Design!

Ashbee Design: Birch Tree Shadow Box • Simple and Stunning- and when I finally break out my Silhouette, I'm definitely trying something like this. And I happen to LOVE birch trees (have a quilt design featuring birch trees), so thanks for sharing, Ashbee Design!

Armenian fashion illustrator Edgar Artis uses stylized paper cut outs and everyday objects to create beautiful dresses. His creative fashion sketches include such items as rose petals, various plants and food, even buildings. He's not the first to explore this idea - previously we wrote about an architect and fashion illustrator Shamekh Bluwi, who also used various everyday objects to complete his fashion dresses.

Armenian Illustrator Completes His Cut-Out Dresses With Everyday Objects

Armenian fashion illustrator Edgar Artis uses stylized paper cut outs and everyday objects to create beautiful dresses. His creative fashion sketches include such items as rose petals, various plants and food, even buildings. He's not the first to explore this idea - previously we wrote about an architect and fashion illustrator Shamekh Bluwi, who also used various everyday objects to complete his fashion dresses.

Love the cover art for Quiet Company's new album "We are all where we belong". Couldn't find the original illustrator though.

SXSW 2012 Preview

Love the cover art for Quiet Company's new album "We are all where we belong". Couldn't find the original illustrator though.

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