It’s Peter Callesen!

November 6, 2006 at 3:46 pm | Posted in Craft - People, Craft - Websites | Leave a comment

Snowballs, 2005

 

 

I’ve seen such kind of paper crafts from various resources in different languages, e.g. forums of different purposes, maillist, blogs of a lot people, etc. Due to the “transmission lost” of information over the internet, it took me a long time to find the origin: Peter Callesen.

 

I would call his work “2.5D papercut” as it combined 2D with 3D. They usually consist two parts: a piece of papercut and 3D items made of piece cut out from the same piece of paper. As Peter said, it’s obvious magic. I can’t find any other word better than that. Many if his works is based on beautiful fairytales. They actually reminded me a lot of joyful memories. Maybe Denmark is indeed the country of fairytales.🙂

 

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