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Nathalie Boutté's creation: Paper strips textured images

Images from Legos and dominos have become quite common these days. But designer Nathalie Boutté used the same principles of pixilation to create stunningly detailed pictures that are made entirely out of paper strips! The self-taught artist combines elements from disciplines such as painting, sculpting and photography to create art "out of" paper instead of "on" the paper itself. Canis Major by Nathalie Boutté Gaia by Nathalie Boutté To create these stunning images, the French artist cuts long strips of paper and then pastes them together to give the images a feather-like texture. The effect is used for all images with the texture of various papers like Nepalese Paper, Tracing Paper and Color paper and the artist uses bright shades along with grays to create the shading effect. Memories by Nathalie Boutté To fashion a more diverse color palette, the artist uses gold sheets and Indian ink. Some of Nathalie Boutté's more interesting