Incredibly Beautiful Windows Made From Stacked Laser-Cut Paper

Incredibly beautiful windows made from stacked laser-cut paper

Eric Stanley uses laser-cut paper layers to create these amazing 3D sculptures inspired by gothic and Islamic low relief windows. He got the idea when laser cutting Cheerios boxes for another project and he realised that he could create very complex and beautiful forms by stacking them together.

Incredibly beautiful windows made from stacked laser-cut paper

Eric is an Associate Professor of Studio Art at Virginia Tech. In this video explains how his creative process works:

Incredibly beautiful windows made from stacked laser-cut paper
Incredibly beautiful windows made from stacked laser-cut paper
Incredibly beautiful windows made from stacked laser-cut paper

Incredibly beautiful windows made from stacked laser-cut paper
Incredibly beautiful windows made from stacked laser-cut paper
Incredibly beautiful windows made from stacked laser-cut paper
Incredibly beautiful windows made from stacked laser-cut paper
Incredibly beautiful windows made from stacked laser-cut paper
Incredibly beautiful windows made from stacked laser-cut paper
Incredibly beautiful windows made from stacked laser-cut paper
Incredibly beautiful windows made from stacked laser-cut paper
Incredibly beautiful windows made from stacked laser-cut paper

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