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Maps, folded into perfect little dresses by London based artist Elisabeth Lecourt. All of these pieces are from her series titled Les Robes Géographiques.

i’m jealous of pat shannon

i’m jealous of pat shannon (The Jealous Curator)

These are the most beautiful real estate pages I’ve ever seen! These gorgeous cut-newspaper installations are by American artist Pat Shannon. She meticulously cuts away the text, leaving only the sweet little houses behind.

Woolwich Arsenal, Thamesmead, Plumstead    Ink & wash, map page

Tim Brown: Woolwich Arsenal, Thamesmead, Plumstead Ink & wash, map page

Portraits sur cartes routières par Ed Fairburn - Journal du Design

Portraits sur cartes routières par Ed Fairburn

Mapped Face // Ed Fairburn on Graphic Mixed Media. Ed Fairburn has recently produced new works that live in a magical place between sculpture and drawings.

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Collage dogs with old maps, stamps and look like even bills, by Peter Clark

Geometric Fashion - amazing dress with 3D geometric structure - experimental fashion design; sculptural fashion; wearable art // Amila Hrustic

Geometric Dresses by Amila Hrustic

Dresses from folded maps

Dresses from Folded Maps by Elisabeth Lecourt

Map Dress: ‘Les Robes Geographiques’ is a fashion project by the artist Elisabeth Lecourt,

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50 pens suspended from the branches of a Weeping Willow tree created a drawing on a canvas placed beneath the tree. The tree is the artist! Isn’t that a super cool and innovative idea!

Artist Creates Wearable Dress Out of 1,000 Newspapers

Paper Crane Frocks The Yuliya Kyrpo Upcycled Origami Dress is Made of Reused Newspapers

℘ Paper Dress Prettiness ℘ art dress made of paper - Isabelle De Borchgrave

℘ Paper Dress Prettiness ℘ art dress made of paper - Isabelle De Borchgrave (Belgium)

Here's How to Make Handmade Paper from Recycled Materials, Papiermaking Tutorial, published May 19, 2014 by paperslurry

Making paper by hand at home can be a pretty simple process. It's also a fantastic way to use up your old receipts, scrap papers, junk mail, and copy paper that you were about to throw in the recyc.

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