Deepti Nair and Harikrishnan Panicker, two artists collectively known as Hari & Deepti, create beautiful and detailed dioramas out of paper that look like epic visions from ancient fairytales. The Colorado-based artists, who are originally from India, were inspired by Balinese shadow puppets but have since developed their own unique style.
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U.S.-based artist Anila Quayyum Agha has created a stunningly intricate piece of installation art that covers the room it’s in with beautifully patterned shadows. Her installation work, entitled “Intersections,” consists of a large suspended cube made of wooden panels with intricate geometric patterns. A lightbulb in the center illuminates the structure from within and casts its shadows on the walls around it.
Ukraine-born artist Mark Khaisman creates truly outstanding art using something a truly mundane material – brown packaging tape. By putting various layers of translucent tape onto Plexiglass and then cutting it into certain shapes, the artist remakes scenes from old Hollywood movies, art history, certain 20th century cultural icons or his own photographs.