Intricate paper cuts by Bovey Lee
In this series of works photographed old childhood friends with whom I no longer maintain contact and also individuals I have just met. The portraits were made during a conversation.
From this encounter, I separated 10 photos of each one and, for the most part, I did not treat the photos with any particular color in mind, leaving the color and light as they were at that moment the photos were made, without any treatment. In a few cases, I found it necessary to use color.
The basic cuts for these photos are more geometric and appear to be a continuous pattern, but they actually do not repeat, they do complement each other.
From ‘desmemórias‘by Lucas Simões
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tutti i miei calli per il BBE
Have been making these. I might sell them soon or something.
The beginning of May has brought a lot of transitions. We’re selling our cards in a store in Uptown Waterloo (The Truth Beauty Company — check it out if you’re a local); we’ve moved house (D & I are finally living in the same city!); and we are developing new lines of paper cut creations! Unfortunately, all these changes mean we haven’t had a lot of time for our actual craft… But thankfully things will be settling down soon, and we’ll get right back into it! <3
Paper cut typewriter
Made some art for my nieces today.
Cage the light
1st Paper cut commission - Zombies & Paris
Paper cut family tree
What’s going on in this image?
Finished today. Normally I cut these “finest” range pictures half an hour at a time over a few months, but this one has been done full time (which of course includes talking to, and serving, customers etc.) and it has taken a week. All in all, I guess the actual cutting time would be somewhere in the region 35 hours.