'Tap To Retry' by Neta Cohen Takes Papercrafts to the Next Level

By: Jennifer Gosnell - Published: Aug 10, 2012 • References: cargocollective & laughingsquid
The 'Tap To Retry' by Neta Cohen series is an interesting new take on papercrafts. The project creates life-like images that are done in a fun and visually appealing manner. From spacecrafts to toasters, the figures look oddly animated, especially since they're created out of paper.

Created as a graduation project for the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design for the 2012 year, the Cohen photography and craft series is an interesting take on modern art. By creating everyday objects, sites and things, the series is relatable and interesting while adding some fascinating aesthetic.

The design project is DIY-friendly. Using a similar idea, one could create a variety of fascinating scenes by themselves given that they have enough time and patience. Stats for Whimsical Paper-Thin Figurines Trending: Older & Average
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