Sunday, June 21, 2015

Scissors, Paper, Vision, and Voilà! Fashion!

Before I get into the base of today's blog post, the exquisite detailed paper art and fashion plate work of this Eastern European paper artist
I thought I'd show  you a couple of the pieces that have been keeping me busy and away from Bloglandia for the past two weeks. I've been on a mico-mini album book binge. They're great fun - if somewhat exacting - to create, and it's been a nice change of page. I've made several, but here are two distinctly different styles. One, a retro 1930's cook book, and the other a Marilyn Monroe tribute album.

These, and others, are available at my Zibbet shop here, if you'd like to see the inside pages.

Now, I'm somewhat embarrassed to say that I have mislaid not only the name of the paper artist whose work I'm going to show you - but also the country she is from! So, if you know, please let me know so that I can add it in.

I thought these historical fashion "plates" made entirely of white paper were just stupedendous. Not only beautiful, but she somehow managed to give the 'models' a personality and attitude each their own!

Hope you enjoyed these intricate and stunning labors of love as much as I did! I'm overwhelmed by the amount of skill, vision, engineering and talent involved in creating them!

Now ... go make something beautiful!

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(¸.•´♥ Tristan
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