Lately (and by lately I mean for the last three years or so… things are slow in my world) I’ve been noticing all sorts of super wonderous papercut work, or work that looks like paper cuts. It’s a major art form people, and the more you look for it, the more you find it. Trust me, I know! I’ve been collecting links to post here for awhile and my bookmark folder is fair burgeoning! (um, not sure what that phrase is supposed to mean exactly, but it sounds like fancy pirate talk so I left it in there)
To get us started on the whole multi-post papercut/silhouette thang, I can think of no better place to begin than Elsa Mora (see Elsa’s blog here and Elsa’s fab Flickr gallery here . A fabulous multi media artist in her own right, Elsa’s papercuts are exquisite and whimsical. But that’s not all… Elsa has a blog dedicated entirely to the art of papercuts (here! Click Here!). She provides links to tons of fabulous papercut artist in the right hand column there and I encourage you to rifle thru them… the scope of some of these works is simply mind-boggling.