artist reimagines the human microbiome as an intricately cut paper coral reef
using the visual metaphor of a coral reef, artist rogan brown draws inspiration from the microscopic organisms living inside our bodies. detailing diverse bacteria, archaea, and fungi he creates intricately cut paper-based sculptures hoping to connect the two worlds. via designboom.com
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Inspired by nature, organic forms and repetition, Eva Isaksen primarly works with thin papers, where she prints, draws, cuts up and mixes layers of
maps and holes — karen margolis
karen margolis - 4 layers of abaca paper. holes made with soldering iron. @Shauna (LilDuckieArts) (LilDuckieArts) (LilDuckieArts) lee lange we're fabulous visual curators.
Architect turned artist literally peels and pinches the walls of a New York gallery
In his first American solo show, Turkish architect turned sculptor, Mehmet Ali Uysal (Mali), has peeled and pinched the walls of the Sapar Contemporary gallery in New York City. Deceptively simple, Mail's...