French graphic design duo Lucie Thomas and Thibault Zimmermann of Zim & Zou (previously featured here) recently created this awesome papercraft window installation for the Hermès store on Passeig de Gràcia in Barcelona, Spain. Entitled The Fox’s Den, every object in the room is made of paper, with the exception of the handsome fox, who’s made of leather.
"This Carte Blanche tells the story of a fox who moved into the window with all his personal objects, showing a bit of his life and personality. The leather fox is living in a human interior composed with furnitures all made of paper, giving a surrealistic aspect to the scene. Each piece of the window display was made by hand."
Photos by Nacho Vaquero
Visit the Zim & Zou website to check out many more of this talented team’s stunning cut paper creations.
Andy Goldsworthy’s beautiful ice and snow sculptures
Space Colony Art from the 1970’s
Princeton physicist Gerard O’Neill in collaboration with NASA Ames Research Centre and Stanford University held a series of space colony studies that explored the potentiality of humans inhabiting giant spaceships. Structures that held over 10,000 people were constructed and the artistic representations of them are fascinating.
Andy Warhol “Making the Rounds,”, age 22 in 1950.