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2 25 Amazing Framed Papercuts by Peter Callesen

Peter Callesen thrives on creating art from paper, rather on it. Using paper only as a source, he creates beautiful sculptural works. Each work is made by cutting out one sheet of paper, and using the removed scraps to create figures, buildings, and other objects. His work ranges from 2D to 3D. These sheets range from small a4 size or as big as 7m by 5m. The materialization of a flat piece of paper becomes a magical process for him. Callesen’s interest grows while the possibilities as practically endless.

For more information about Peter and his other works, check out: Petercallesen.com

Saving Himself

15 saving himself 11 25 Striking Framed Papercuts by Peter Callesen

Ghost

15 ghost 11 25 Striking Framed Papercuts by Peter Callesen

In the Kingdom of the Dead

15 in the kingdom of the dead 11 25 Striking Framed Papercuts by Peter Callesen

The Curtain

15 the curtain 11 25 Striking Framed Papercuts by Peter Callesen

On the other Side

15 on the other side 11 25 Striking Framed Papercuts by Peter Callesen

Broken Palace

15 broken palace 11 25 Striking Framed Papercuts by Peter Callesen

The Short Distance between Image and Reality

15 the short distance between image and reality 21 25 Striking Framed Papercuts by Peter Callesen

Paperman

15 paperman 11 25 Striking Framed Papercuts by Peter Callesen

Crying My Eyes Out

15 crying my eyes out1 25 Striking Framed Papercuts by Peter Callesen

Not As Fast As His Shadow II

15 not as fast as his shadow ii 11 25 Striking Framed Papercuts by Peter Callesen

Bound To Be Free

15 bound to be free 11 25 Striking Framed Papercuts by Peter Callesen

Broken Flowers

15 broken flowers 11 25 Striking Framed Papercuts by Peter Callesen

Mirage

15 mirage ii1 25 Striking Framed Papercuts by Peter Callesen

Cowboy

15 cowboy 11 25 Striking Framed Papercuts by Peter Callesen

Red Running Poppies II

15 red running poppies ii1 25 Striking Framed Papercuts by Peter Callesen

The Core of Everything

15 the core of everything 11 25 Striking Framed Papercuts by Peter Callesen

Fire Escape Unable to Escape Fire

15 fire escape unable to escape fire 11 25 Striking Framed Papercuts by Peter Callesen

Holding on to Myself

15 holding on to myself 11 25 Striking Framed Papercuts by Peter Callesen

Fall

15 fall 11 25 Striking Framed Papercuts by Peter Callesen

The Lost Sheep

15 the lost sheep 11 25 Striking Framed Papercuts by Peter Callesen

Unter dem Nebelmeer

15 unter dem nebelmeer 11 25 Striking Framed Papercuts by Peter Callesen

Water Always Finds its Way

15 water always finds its way 11 25 Striking Framed Papercuts by Peter Callesen

Angel

15 angel 11 25 Striking Framed Papercuts by Peter Callesen

Apple Blossom

15 apple blossom 11 25 Striking Framed Papercuts by Peter Callesen

Broken Bird

15 broken bird 11 25 Striking Framed Papercuts by Peter Callesen

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2 comments:

theothergirl said...

Wow, I've never seen paper cutting technique used like this before. Amazing job!

In case you're interested, you'll find my new illustration blog at:
theothergirl.blogspot.com

Thiru Moorthy said...

Thanks for your valuable informations, am working in Web Design Company in Bangalore

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