A papercut art series that makes you go wow and wonder if it is real or not. Well, it's real and it's called Endangered Species by Patrick Cabral. Based in in Manila, Philippines, he is a designer and typographer but he is also a paper cut artist. This project is a collaboration with World Wide Fund for Nature and Acts of Kindness to raise awareness about species that are in danger. I am not so sure about the amount of work involved in every single piece but it's a bold statement that 50% of the sales will go to WWF. Check it out! Behind this magnificent project, we have featuring the work of Patrick Cabral who an artist/designer with many talents starting with typography, illustration and papercut art. I was truly stunned about the level of details and greatness; I can't even imagine the amount of time spent on single piece. A project in collaboration with World Wide Fund for Nature and Acts of Kindness. Photo Gallery Details More Links Check out Patrick Cabral's Site: patrickcabral.com Follow Patrick on Behance Follow Pictures and Stories on Instagram
Italian illustrator Jacopo Rosati reinvented the way he creates his illustrations by hand crafting each piece of it. Take a look inside his process and the result is amazing. For more from Jacopo Rosati visit jacoporosati.com. I've spent the whole year of 2012 developing a new style. I was kind of bored about working only with vector illustration, I was seeking for a new unique style, something more warm, something that I can make with bare hands. I chose fuzzy felt because it's a kind of material which isn't used too much as a pure graphical media. My goal was to develop flat bi-dimensional collages, paper is already very used in illustration, plus it can't guarantee the same hardness than Fuzzy Felt does. I've started with personal works, an then editors and art directors started to ask me this kind of artworks. These are the results of an year of efforts!