Sunday, September 6, 2009

Helen Musselwhite: Paper Art

U.K. illustrator Helen Musselwhite does some pretty spectacular paper work. Regarding her process, she writes: "Each piece combines the hand cutting, folding and scoring of a wide range of papers and card that are further worked on to create patterned and textured surfaces. They are then used to build scenes in box frames which are often complex and consist of many layers. This process means that each item of work is truly individual with no two pieces the same." Read the Creative Review interview. [via Apartment Therapy]

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