"Vertical Landscape" by Eiko Ojala. It looks like a paper landscape but the artist actually works digitally and hand-draws all the elements to look like they're cut out of people. (Hint: the shadows help!
Emma van Leest is a paper artist from Australia. In her series Before the First Rain Emma uses only white paper cut outs in on an orange background. Emma finds her inspiration for the cut-outs in Chinese architecture and botanical prints.
After only a 20 minute helicopter ride over New York City, autistic artist, Stephen Wiltshire was able to draw the New York skyline, in pen, just from memory. The Amazing things God gives us power to do!
this is an image of a "tatebanko," the word that refers to the Japanese art of creating paper dioramas. this tatebanko is based on "The Great Wave at Kanagawa" by Hokusai, and is sold by the Japanese company, It's a Beautiful Day.