29.07.11 by Jeff

Bianca Chang

Stop-motion animations of cut paper works by Bianca Chang.

Stop-motion animations of cut paper works by Bianca Chang

Watch the animations below!














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



  • wow! that’s a really amazing technique, the depth created is nothing but stunning, love it!

  • This is so good, absolutely the most inspiring thing i’ve seen in ages, I can feel some creativity coming on

  • Wow, wow and wow!

  • Nambo

    AMAZING WORK!!

  • Interesting! really like this :)

  • Joost the Host

    Speechless…

  • Never would have thunk I would find this so indsienspable.

  • This is bizarrely fascinating… so simple, but kind of hypnotic.

  • H.

    just stunning! beautiful, simple, perfekt! need to reblog this in time…

  • Amazing work, must have taken ages.

  • Wow, very impressive work. I’m impressed at the time and prescision involved in making something so detailed.

  • Love it, nice to see people doing creative stuff, especially with paper. I hope she recycled it all afterward!

  • Agnese

    Thanks for taking your time and doing this!! Beautiful and fragile..xx





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