Thursday, January 07, 2010

The way things were: Papercut Dreams

Moly Bosley does some amazing things with paper. Inspired by dreams, the diorama's she creates are fun, intricate and curious. I love that each piece is a visual story encapsulated in a paper-mache bubble and the details in her posters are wonderful too.

"I use pattern and repetitive imagery in my work to represent the recurring nature of dreams. Many of my dreams concern my fears and difficulties presented in forms whose intimacy contradicts their more ominous character. My sleeping life is such an integral part of myself that I am compelled to create art from the experiences I have in my dreamland."

See more of her work here and here.

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