The trees, the shadows, the branches--you're looking at a forest at nighttime, right? Not quite.
Posted by Philippe Ghesquiere-Dierickx on Sunday, August 30, 2015
This is the work of Eva Jospin, a Paris-based sculptor and artist who creates dense, beautiful forests out of... what else? Cardboard, a material that ultimately originates from trees.
With the dark brown color and corrugated textures of cardboard helping her to create perfect imitations of bark and branches, Jospin painstakingly cuts and glues the material to make layered woodland scenes that have a way of enchanting viewers, making them feel almost as if they're lost in the woods.
Eva Jospin’s bewitching forests, made entirely from cardboard, reflect the durability yet fragility of real trees.Posted by Saatchi Art on Saturday, March 21, 2015
Eva Jospin’s bewitching forests, made entirely from cardboard, reflect the durability yet fragility of real trees.
Sounds to us like Jospin's definitely one to watch. Who knows what she'll think of next?
via Creative Boom
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