At first sight, you wouldn’t think that Joe Bagley’s paper art is made of paper.

Upon closer inspection, you still wouldn’t be able to tell it’s paper. Unless you touch it. That’s how cleanly cut his works are. Take a look:

Photo via Papercuts by Joe

What’s more is he trims the paper by hand. No lasers!

Photo via Papercuts by Joe

Just when I thought technology has got the better of art, I come across artists who choose to stick to traditional methods. Remember that article about another artist who works with paper? I published it only a few days ago. The future is analogue indeed!

written by sleepswimming on 2011-06-16 #news #art #paper #lomography #news #craft #papercuts #joe-bagley #paper-cut-art


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