06.01.10 by Jeff

Michael Velliquette

Cut paper artworks by Michael Velliquette.

michael velliquette artist artwork cut paper

michael velliquette artist artwork cut paper

michael velliquette artist artwork cut paper

michael velliquette artist artwork cut paper

michael velliquette artist artwork cut paper

michael velliquette artist artwork cut paper













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • this looks like a piñata from México, specially the first one

  • great work! love it!

  • lapetitefaon

    Awfully similar to AJ Fosik but with paper, I like it!

  • KD

    I love these so much! There’s one on display right now at the Museum of Arts and Design in NYC in the paper exhibit, which is super cool.

  • Julie

    These works and more similar to them were featured in this book – Papercraft. http://www.gestalten.com/books/detail?id=ceaea7651fc964c30120af366aaa0129

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  • His work is unbelievably beutiful & it’s a miracle to me how he actually did it. I’m stunned.

  • Tom

    WOW! have you ever seen “La Tirana” carnival?
    As Amazing as your Work!

  • Hmmusicltd

    hay i love your art lets talk.uncle randy velliquette.





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