Cut Paper Architecture by Ingrid Siliakus

Cut Paper Architecture by Ingrid Siliakus

Sarah Rainwater
Jan 27, 2010

We never get tired of seeing the amazing ways that an x-acto knife can transform a humble piece of paper and when we saw Dutch artist Ingrid Siliakus' fantastical cut paper architecture our jaws ended up somewhere below our knees.

Inspired by the cut paper artwork of Masahiro Chatani, Siliakus carves replicas of the work of famous architects out of a single piece of paper, but it's her more abstract Escher-like sculptures that we're most enchanted by. Her meticulous designs have been commissioned by Nike and Wallpaper and she has exhibited her work all over the world. Visit her website to see more of her incredible artwork.

Found via Beautiful/Decay

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