Laser Cutter Example: “Parallel Reflections 2” by Ingrid Siliakus (2007)

Artists,Laser Cutter,Reference,Technique — nsmoss @ 3:57 am

Parallel Reflections Ingrid Siliakus

This is a laser-cut pop-up book by Ingrid Siliakus in which each “page” section is cut and folded from a single sheet of paper. Siliakus uses many layers to simulate architecture, making stairs out of narrow, diagonally-set slits and roofs out of negative space. Some sections are cut entirely away (such as windows) while other negative spaces are created when the paper on either side of complex line cuts is folded apart.



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