Paper + Light = Shadow portraits

Origami Shadow Art of Actual Faces

Paper + Light = Shadow portraits: by Kumi Yamashita a Japanese artist living in New York

It's interesting to see the concept expressed by the use of simple image. The barcode is visualized as the window of prison, which show the concept of social issue.

The barcode is visualized as the window of prison, which show the concept of social issue. This helps to portray the idea that consumerism is a prison that we all fall victim too

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Paper Typography, by Gina Hollingsworth A typeface created from a single sheet of paper, with only cuts and folds. The process used to create the alphabet involved.

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Mosaic Tile Birdbath using Recycled DVDs. Recycling CD's and DVD's isn't easy. This diy birdbath is a great idea for a weekend upcycling project.

Shadow artist Kumi Yamashita created these 'origami' faces that reflect the profiles of actual American Express employees

Origami Shadow Art of Actual Faces

Origami Shadow Faces by shadow artist Kumi Yamashita (origami paper and a single light source)

TRIBAL GEOMETRICS + COLOUR // light drawing

Italian artist Carlo Bernardini has been working with optic fiber since He creates light sculptures or, more precisely, spatial drawings using optical fibers and in a sense sculpts the darkne…

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