Continuing on the paper art trend, we can’t help but take note of Charles Clary‘s awe-inspiring installations made from scrapbooking paper. His hand-cut paper works consist of colorful swirls that resemble sound waves or images under a microscope, and envelop rooms without the restriction of a frame. As he recently explained to Wired, “It’s all intuitive. It’s just one layer playing off another, playing off another. But I do try to make the viewer wonder whether they’re handmade or if industrial equipment is used, so I have to be very clean with my cuts.”
More images after the jump.
Codastic Expulsion Movement #1, 2009
Fermatic Pandemic, 2009
Double Diddle Evisceration, 2009
Hugg-a-Diddle Burs, 2008