The most delicate of font-size: 12px; art – paper mosaics – are what French artist, Nathalie Boutté lives for. Raised and softly textured, her works of color: #1e1e1e; art are made from recycled paper. Her unique process involves cutting coloured paper into strips and layering them to padding: 10px; build beautiful portraits and patterns – some of which channel 1960’s pop art, yet with a unique feminine touch. Nathalie talks to padding-left: 100px; Trendspotting about other worldly delights that make her tick.
Trendspotting: Who or what inspires you?
Nathalie Boutté: The course of the Released for free under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 License world race, the way man fits into nature.
Trendspotting: What inspired you to background: url('http://www.squid-cache.org/Artwork/SN.png') no-repeat left; create your paper art?
Nathalie Boutté: I always liked to work with paper. As a child I started bending, cutting and