Multi-layered Paper cut Illustrations
A collection of 2D and 3D paper cutouts and folds by Owen Gildersleeve.
Top: Video Game Piracy (Wired) – “The central mosaic was made using over 2000 squares of coloured paper, and the top layer consists of 230 individually hand-crafted paper cubes.”
Cutting Taxes (Money Magazine) – “This multi-layered papercut illustration was created for Money Magazine. It was made using a range of US tax forms, to accompany a feature article on how to cut your taxes.”
Thou Shalt Know Thine Stuff (Douglas & Gordon) – “This illustration was created for the second month of the campaign, using various layers of paper and card.”
You’ll Laugh and Cry (The Guardian) – “To coincide with the release of A-Level results, The Guardian released ‘The Fresher’; a guide for new students. I was asked to design a full-page advert for the guide, and so created this large multi-layered papercut piece, with a couple of additional 3D elements.”
The Recession (I. D. Magazine) – “This two-part illustration was created for I. D. Magazine, to accompany a feature article on the recession. All components were crafted out of paper and card, using extracts taken from the text.”
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