Strips of paper used for lettering relief sculptures

Strips of paper used for lettering relief sculptures

Rather than using paper to make flat shapes, artist Sabeena Karnik instead uses cut paper strips that are set on their edges to create her designs.

Not only does this way of working with paper lend itself to the beautiful line-work that we see Karnick create, but the photographed relief sculptures are made more interesting by the subtle shadows.

Rather than a flat design, the artist’s technique results in works hat have a depth and flair.

Often focusing on typography projects, Karnik has been commissioned to create her lettering relief sculptures as editorial illustrations for magazines as well as corporate promotions.

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