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Awesome 3D Paper-Cut Pop Art is X-Acto-ly What You Want on Your Walls

by Conner Flynn

There is paper art and then there is awesomely geeky and amazing paper-cut art Will Pigg creates the latter. His stuff makes me wish I had some artistic talent, but I’m happy just to look at his stuff all day long.
Will Pigg doesn’t just create papercraft. These pieces are all intricately hand-cut 3D portraits with a wonderful sense of depth and dimension. All of them are iconic imagery from geek pop culture.

Among his extensive collection, you’ll find the Imperial Probe droid from Star Wars, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, R2-D2, The Iron Giant, Link from The Legend of Zelda, The Mockingjay from The Hunger Games, Totoro and more. Any of these would look great on your wall.


Prices for these original works range from $50 to $325 (USD), depending on the size, depth and complexity of the image. If that’s out of your budget, you can still support Will by picking up one of his Jack Skellington bookmarks for just 5 bucks.

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