Monday, August 7, 2017

Smile at the Paper and Strike a Pose ...

Korean artist Lee Ji-hee has recreated a selection of vintage cameras out of bright, colorful paper in some seriously advanced paper work.
The paper versions are much funkier and bright than their original counterparts, giving the Seoul, South Korea-based artist’s work a unique style. There are plenty of cameras to see, too. She’s recreated many, from the 1952 Leica IIIf Red Dial to the 1938 Super Kodak Six-20.
You can get an insight into how the cameras are made in this behind the scenes film. Looking closer at each camera, the attention to detail is amazing.

Now, go make something beautiful!
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(¸.•´♥ Tristan ♥

And I love this paper construction by Canadian artist, Janice Freeman.
Not only does this look just like a real camera to me, the back is actually a
storage compartment for a handmade photo/memory album! 


Betsy Skagen said...

These are cool. There are an amazing number of paper toy/paper model creators out there. I see a lot on instagram. I am so glad you joined there!

Jackie PN said...

Wow! Are you kidding? That's some crazy paper work there, very impressive! I do love the last one as well- so creative!
Thanks for your visits Tristan, they always make my day!

DIYDesignStudio said...

AMAZING detail, lots of time and planning went into these. WOW

Cynthia said...

truly amazing works of art! You always find THE most interesting things to share!

UplayOnline said...

I see a lot on instagram. I am so glad you joined there!