I wouldn’t mind spending a day or two inside the papercut dioramas by Mar Cerdà. I would get cozy in that paper sofa, serve myself a teeny tiny pie and maybe water the plants in the little greenhouse. And just look at those little movie inspired scenes of Romeo & Juliet and The Royal Tenenbaums. Absolutely gorgeous!
Based in Barcelona, Mar Cerdà’s little dioramas are displayed in galleries all over the world. Her main materials are watercolor paint and paper, which she also uses for children’s book illustrations she creates for various publishing houses. You can find many more of her wonderful work on her website.
A selection Mar’s dioramas is currently available in her online shop!
Papercut illustration for New York Times
Mendl’s Shop inspired by Wes Anderson’s film The Grand Budapest Hotel (custom piece)
Art inside portuguese tuna cans, inspired in Lisbon and Porto’s streets (available online)
Greenhouse (available online)
Scene from Wes Anderson’s film The Royal Tenenbaums for Bad Dads VII (Spoke Art Gallery NY)
Romeo+Juliet inspired piece for exhibition 20 Years Later (Gallery 1988, Los Angeles)
Piece for exhibition Bad Dads V at Spoke Art Gallery, San Francisco, CA, 2014
Labyrinth inspired piece for exhibition 30 Years Later at Gallery 1988, Los Angeles (available online)
Diorama for the article Year End Best Movies for Entertainment Weekly
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Love! Makes me want to play with paper right now, if only I could. 🙂
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