Paper art has exploded in popularity and diversity, as people explore the limits of what you can do with the medium. Artist Elsa Mora explores the human brain, creating paper forms that roughly resemble the two cortexes, using beautifully intricate folds and cuts. The series is called Mindscapes, and it proves Mora’s creativity as an artist, through a range of skillful forms and shapes. Via Colossal:
A lovely form using formed ridges to make up the shape of the brain.
Intricate paper scallop cuts reveal the color underneath a thick white card stock.
Rainbow stripes of paper gain bumps and ridges to form fascinating shapes.
Pure white paper cut into organic swoops and liquid forms.
White paper cut and stacked like topography, to create a fascinating map of the brain.