New York-based artist Beatrice Coron's 'Papercuts' collection is an intricate look into fictional stories of structures that don't actually exist. Beatrice developed an interesting art form that consists of cutting out sections of paper and turning them into amazing buildings full of people and story lines.
Each of her papercuts involves tiny, little cut-out people who inhabit complex structures. These obscure landscapes are filled with windows that give the viewer a glimpse into the mind of Beatrice and the chaotic nature of the pieces.
Beatrice studied art at the Universite of Lyon III and was featured in a TED talk back in March 2011 speaking about her works as an artist. Her work and thoughts are both well worth the attention that they receive.
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