Portraiture

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Tranquility by Kris Trappeniers, via Flickr

The use of a continuous line drawing gives depth to an image and through the use of a pen (which is consistent in thickness) forces the drawer to create form and shadow by concentration of particular areas.

Kris Trappeniers has more papercuts at http://kristrappeniers.tumblr.com/.

Kris Trappeniers, papercut, "Shadows and Reflections" group show, Galerie Magda Danysz, Paris Juin 2011

What Kind of Wings Do You Have?

Half women half skeleton ;)

Relationship between life and death. inside, outside: No information about this but it is two different photographs put together to create a half skull, half face image. That heavily relates to the theme of inside, outside and in between.

Feeling trapped

In the cage there is food. Not much, but there is food. Outside are only great stretches of freedom. Nicanor Parra Bird Nightmare by Mick Ryan

An individual does not run through an open gate when her entire world consists of the pen in which she lives. Once such a creature has memorized the fence of thorns, she will not cross that marker, not even after it's torn down, for it still rules the boundaries of her vision and her life.

An individual does not run through an open gate when her entire world consists of the pen in which she lives. Once such a creature has memorized the fence of thorns, she will not cross that marker, not even after it's torn down, for it still rules the boundaries of her vision and her life.


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