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'Papillon' (scissor cuts) by Hina Aoyama

'Papillon' (scissor cuts) by Hina Aoyama

'Fauxliage, No Birds Sing' 2011 (thread, wire, page fragments from Silent Spring, Rachel Carson 1962) by Lisa Kokin.

'Fauxliage, No Birds Sing' 2011 (thread, wire, page fragments from Silent Spring, Rachel Carson 1962) by Lisa Kokin.

Artforum magazines carved into dripping waves of color by Francesca Pastine

Artforum magazines carved into dripping waves of color by Francesca Pastine

Artist Francesca Pastine creates beautiful sculptural interventions using ARTFORUM magazines as her medium.The cut magazines are made by working through the pages, cutting around the paper until the only parts remaining are what she chooses.

'Buccinidae’s Necklace' by Joyce Utting Schutter. It's made by welding a fine steel armature, then hand stitching fibres over the armature before applying paper pulp with a pneumatic sprayer.

'Buccinidae’s Necklace' by Joyce Utting Schutter. It's made by welding a fine steel armature, then hand stitching fibres over the armature before applying paper pulp with a pneumatic sprayer.

Marc Johns  @☆Abigale Wright☆ can you print this out for me like you did your other one? :-)

Marc Johns @☆Abigale Wright☆ can you print this out for me like you did your other one? :-)

'Agawam' (17th century name for the settlement of Ipswich Massachusetts. The name comes from one of the the Native-American tribes that lived on the northeast coast).  Lasercut paper by Eric Standley.

'Agawam' (17th century name for the settlement of Ipswich Massachusetts. The name comes from one of the the Native-American tribes that lived on the northeast coast). Lasercut paper by Eric Standley.

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