Brooklyn-based paper-cut artist Kevin Stanton’s intricate X-ACTO work is really something. As a recent grad of Pratt Institute and freelance illustrator, Stanton has managed to build an impressive body of work already. From random “sketches”, to portrait work, to exquisite paper-cut illustrations published as the centerpiece of Shakespeare volumes sold by Barnes and Noble, Stanton is certainly carving his place in the world of illustration. Looking forward to more of his work in the future.
[…] spent on this. Beautiful. Hoopert is a promising young designer, for sure. More paper art here and here and […]
[…] With school back in session, it seemed appropriate to feature some brilliant design work that’s education related. Turkish designer Efil Türk had the tall order of illustrating ten principles of design for her thesis project at Dokuz Eylul University of Fine Arts in İzmir, Turkey. These visual fundamentals — balance, hierarchy, pattern, rhythm, space, proportion, emphasis, movement, contrast, and unity — are truly universal. And Türk handles them in a really beautiful and effective way… with hand-cut paper, no less. We love Türk’s choice of colors and shapes, and her typography skills are not too shabby either. Türk is clearly very talented, we look forward to checking out her growing portfolio in the near future. More paper art posts here and here and here. […]