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    Japanese artist Kumi Yamashita, who now lives and works in New York, has been featured on several design sites for her amazing Origami Light and Shadow project (shown below) in which Japanese paper and creased and mounted on the wall to give off a shadow that emulates a human face profile.

    Light & Shadow « Kumi Yamashita

    Paper artist - Maud Vantours //

    Shadow Art

    - A to Z shadow art by Kumi Yamashita

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    Faces I Know

    Eric Madrigal origami bird

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    origami shadow art

    Joseph Cornell's Shadow Boxes

    Rashad Alakbarov Paints with Shadows and Light

    To the Limit, by Anna Gillespie. Bronze. 135x70x10cm, 2011.

    Franco Fusari; Conté, 2010, Drawing "light & shadow"

    Life-sized Origami Elephant from Single Sheet of Paper by Sipho Mabona via thisiscolossal: The piece stands over 10 feet tall and took a team of nearly a dozen people over four weeks to fold. #Installation #Elephant #Origami

    Origami Street Art by Mademoiselle Maurice

    Cement bleak - Isaac Cordal

    Back in 2009, artist Isaac Cordal shaped wire mesh kitchen colanders into faces and installed them on the streets of London, where street lights cast shadows of the faces on to sidewalks.

    Chalk--Can you believe this is a chalk drawing?

    Kumi Yamashita - Constellation