paper cut letters

02Aug12

I found Annie Vought on pinterest, and was compelled to share her work here. (and to you know, start blogging again.)
Her work consists of black paper cut outs of hand-written letters. The finished work is about the size of a poster, rather than an actual letter. The words aren’t always legible, but there’s something beautifully cryptic about it in that way. I like seeing the text in such a delicate light (imagine how easy it could rip apart!), from a process rather severe (the words were cut out and required a seriously steady hand.) For me, the language becomes more about line and less about lyricism. via.

do I look like your mother, 53″x73″




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