Glass on Glass

I just love the effect of clean white paper between two glass frames.

These are my two latest projects which were both commissioned (and did I mention, were due on the same week too?).

For the “Gilles and Leslie” papercut, I used stone paper (papel de piedra). I always find it easier to make clean cuts on stone paper. It doesn’t tear easily and my knife glides smoothly on the paper when I make a cut. I wish I could find a stone paper that’s bigger than what I have, though. I only have 6×8″ ones. If you do know where I can find larger ones, please do tell!

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The “Louis and Laarni” papercut, on the other hand, is made from a plain acid-free paper with 100gsm thickness.

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Which of the two do you like better? 🙂

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2 thoughts on “Glass on Glass

  1. I love them both in different ways! The first one is beautiful and the second is more quirky. I love the way they hover in the glass. Ace! Xx

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