Annie Vought's Papercut Typography

Annie Vought elevates "writing" into a new artform: she painstakingly cut out letters and words out of paper to create a gorgeous typographic display of words and their shadows.

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Loved this, when it was on notcot.com - last week. And just because something can be "accomplished" by another means, it wouldn't exactly have the same impact or intent as the artist wanted, right?

And, I can't help it - acetate. :P
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I was thinking the same thing but with asitate...but
people love to know that the artist has gone to some effort. Its like people who hate photography been classed as art and they think it requires no effort! People love paintings as they think the artist spent many hours over it. Shame but true
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