01.11.10 by Jeff

Simone Lourenco

Cut paper works by Simone Lourenco.

artist cut paper simone lourenco

artist cut paper simone lourenco

artist cut paper simone lourenco

artist cut paper simone lourenco

artist cut paper simone lourenco

artist cut paper simone lourenco













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



  • HYPER-LETHAL DEGREES OF UNADULTERATED FABULOSITY!!

  • Absolutely stunning! This takes paper art to a whole new level. Never have I seen such depth and detail to cut paper before. The color palettes are well selected and the crafting is beautiful. The first and fifth are my favourites for the shapes and colours. I love the intricacy and delicacy of them all.

  • ++++ makes me think of forests and plants 🙂
    if you like this papercut then check out Jen Stark lovely stuff 🙂

  • lapetitefaon

    really beautiful and the amount of attention to detail and patience! WOW

  • Wow! These look like preschool projects on steroids! Fantastic!

  • Dandanyeahman

    amazing!
    they remind me of coloraid haha

  • The colour combinations are beautiful! Stunning!

  • These are outstanding- love how overwhelming they are! We added this to Pattern Pulp’s weekly round up.

    http://bit.ly/9Czhah

    Have a great weekend,

    Shayna

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