Lasercut Stained Glass Paper Windows by Eric Standley

Riddle me this, Batman: when is a window not a window? Stacking hundreds of colored papers, masterfully laser-cut and interlacing both positive and negative space to create designs that appear to float in midair, Eric’s labyrinthine designs seem to extract influence from the classic stained glass Cathedral windows prominent in medieval France.

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Artist: Website (via: Hi*Fructose)

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