Opaline: Tina Tarnoff's Paper Silhouettes

7.31.2009

Tina Tarnoff's Paper Silhouettes


This is just one of many interesting examples of San Francisco artist Tina Tarnoff's papercut art. This is called Marie Antoinette and it was inspired by the real-life extravagance (nonsense?) of her hairstyles.

Tarnoff's favorite subjects -- all done in black & white silhouettes -- include dancers, jazz musicians, pastoral scenes and more. They're worth a look.
@ Etsy, $65
[via Shelterrific]

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