A lamp that tells a story: London-based artist Yu “Jordy” Fu uses the traditional Chinese art of paper cutting to create intricate, whimsical, and gorgeous paper lamps that showcase 3-D architectural landscapes.
In a talk at TEDxTokyo, Yu talks about her process and shows how she uses the world around us to inspire her designs.
(Photos: Yu “Jordy” Fu)
In case y’all missed it on my Instagram (@campluswhit), here are a couple of other small pieces I had with me at ECCC last weekend. These guys went fast at the con! I was a bit sad a lot of people didn’t get to see them in person, but happy they sold and found good homes! I’ll be doing a bunch of commissions in frames this size starting up in a bit, so keep your eyes peeled for that post!
Good things come to those who go get them!
The new piece is all cut and is now being mounted and colored for the print version. :)
Papercut art by Sarah Trumbauer
Paper shredder made of paper by Chrissie Macdonald
Experimenting with structures
January 2014Available to buy on folksy now or from tumblr!
Anatomy of a Paper Bird (by Diana Beltran Herrera)
BRUTE ÉLÉMENT : ÉLÉGANCE & NATUREL.
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