Papercraft is always a mainstay here at Geekosystem, and when we came across the environmental and biological papercraft artwork of Julie Dodd, we were mightily impressed. From illegal logging papercraft to blood cells, Dodd is a master of her, uh, craft. Check out some of her work below, and give her site a visit right away.
No. 1 | Eggs
Made out of recycled magazine pages, glued in layers to give them a wood-like effect.
No. 2 | Blood Cells
Dodd notes that the colors chosen for the cells were taken from blood, organs, and skin.
No. 3 | Forest
Dark-colored fir trees placed in front of trees indigenous to Britain, representing said indigenous trees being replaced in real life.
No. 4 | Logging
Representing illegal logging.
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