Turning Scraps into Highly-Detailed Retro-Looking Pieces of Art

From Scraps

#Art

Fri, Jun 1st, 2018 11:00 by capnasty NEWS

Using nothing more than scrap, artist Lydia Ricci takes paper, cardboard, paperclips, "the back of anything," and turns them into seriously well-crafted retro-looking art pieces packing some incredible detail. Check out her entire collection here. The above image appears here courtesy of the artist.

I've been collecting scraps for a very long time. I turn them into very small objects that hold distinct memories. I'd love to collaborate, talk more about the process, create a custom piece.

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