If you have ever admired the unique shapes created when natural barriers like rivers, mountains and bays intersect with the otherwise grid-like layout of city streets, then you’ll love the art of Karen O’Leary. The artist uses maps of famous locales around the world and white paper to cut out, or occasionally to mark out, everything but the weaving lines of city streets. For example, that’s a cutout of New Orleans.
"Coquille et Noix de allumette", Vista aérea de San Francisco rep. 1846 Assinado e selado EL Elisabeth Lecourt, 2012
Peter Clark's Illustrated book, Paperworks, has some amazing examples of paper craft and design like this collage of a world map dress.
An entry from Emilialua
perfil com mapa
Dress made from maps via jennifer collier
Resultados de la Búsqueda de imágenes de Google
Framed paper map dress. Perfect for Thursday's child, for she has far to go.
Brooklyn Day Dress by Meridith McNeal. NYC Transit maps and mannequin. Part of a 2009 exhibition at the Christopher Henry Gallery in NYC, co-curated by Christopher Henry and Katherine Harmon. Harmon is the author of many art books, including "Map as Art: Contemporary Artists Explore Cartography."
que lindo un vestido así
Dressed 2 Kill, 47 The Cut, London by Amelia Coward
My Fairy- Princess dress made entirely from children's books