How good are your paper cut skills? Mine are terrible. I won't do a good job even if I just need to cut a straight line on a marked paper. So I'm always amazed when I see how good artists out there are with paper cutting.
Eiko Ojala is a designer from Tallinn, Estonia with an incredible portfolio of papercut artworks. For this post I would love to share one of his latest projects, this one titled “Climate Changed". The Guardian reached out to Eiko with the task of illustrate how the climate change affects people in the American South. Some of the illustrations ask questions like “Why people in the US south stay put in the face of climate change.” or “Florida is drowning. Condos are still being built. Can't humans see the writing on the wall?” - Our goal here is not political but 100% focus on design, and the paper cut work is simply fantastic and totally deserved to be promoted.
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