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I really like drawing with scissors. This is a great booklet find from the 60's with cut and paste tip,
made by a woman called Margrit Winkelmann, here produced by "Ica förlaget". Apparently the book
the book can be find in english too see it here, not at all as inviting cover like this one though.

Henri Matisse: Cut-Outs - Drawing with Scissors.









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19 comments:

hujour said...

Oh, so cool book! One of my favorite material to work with is paper. Have a nice friday :)

Bo med barn said...

Ønsker deg en flott helg Elisabeth:)

nath said...

oh, i love the landscape. perhaps this book is what i need to shake off my ennui.

junko said...

So nice!

Anja said...

Oh, I love the middle image! I've been working on some collages lately, so this was inspiering :)

at swim-two-birds said...

love that paper-man in the first pic, you must have a special nose for finding all this beautiful stuff!!
by the way, i loved to read your compliment yesterday evening :)

Olly said...

Are those real keys used in the last image? Beautiful beautiful images!
I love Jazz by Matisse. Such a simple idea but still so gorgeous!

.naa. said...

so pretty! Matisse was off course the master of this technique!
Have a lovely Friday Elisabeth and make some fabulous cut-outs :)

marie-louise said...

Jag med - sax och papper!

Kylie said...

Gorgeous. I really like drawing with scissors too :) K

Christina Song said...

how inspiring! i should try this... i love cutting and pasting ;)

Blomflicka/Amanda said...

älskar femtiotalskonst! speciellt på böcker..:)

Kickcan and Conkers said...

Oh look at that clown - exactly the kind of thing I love, such inspiration! Thank you - have a nice weekend :)

teddybearswednesday said...

what a adorable book!

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this is so cute. Moving caricature...

Kasa said...

What a wonderful book!

lilla a said...

Vilken fantastisk bok!

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Fine Little Day said...

Olly, sorry for beeing late in answering! The keys, no they are not real, they are in the picture :)