need to make cut paper portraits.   how fun.

need to make cut paper portraits. how fun.

Maud Wagner 1877-1961. In 1900, tattooing was rarely seen in public except in circus sideshows. While a merchant seaman, Gus Wagner met tribesmen in Borneo & Java who taught him traditional tattooing. After covering his body with illustrations he promoted himself in traveling sideshows & circuses. At the St. Louis Worlds Fair (1904) he met & married Maud Stevens, a circus performer, who became one of the first female tattooists in the US.

Maud Wagner 1877-1961. In 1900, tattooing was rarely seen in public except in circus sideshows. While a merchant seaman, Gus Wagner met tribesmen in Borneo & Java who taught him traditional tattooing. After covering his body with illustrations he promoted himself in traveling sideshows & circuses. At the St. Louis Worlds Fair (1904) he met & married Maud Stevens, a circus performer, who became one of the first female tattooists in the US.

Cut Paper Portraits and Illustration by Marina Adamova

Fantastic Cut Paper Portraits and Illustrations by Marina Adamova

Karolin Felix’s Sideshow Art « Dark Class

Karolin Felix’s Sideshow Art

cut paper illustration by mollyandarielle

cut paper illustration by mollyandarielle

Ron Swanson! by Erin Maala, via Behance

Ron Swanson! by Erin Maala, via Behance

13 Whoa-tastic Cardboard Portraits Of Historic Personalities

13 Whoa-tastic Cardboard Portraits Of Historic Personalities

Some portraits created with single pieces of cardboard, by the British artist Giles Oldershaw, who torns piece by piece to carve faces with thorough precision,

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