Harikrishnan Panicker and Deepti Nair are an artist couple living and working in Denver, Colorado.
Among their other projects, Hari & Deepti create cut paper shadow boxes, illuminated with battery powered lights. When photographed in darkness, their scenes take on a deep, theatrical feeling.
Like all sculpture and dimensional work, photographs can only give a limited impression of what the work would look like in person.
There is a video on Vimeo of the process by which a large cut paper diorama window display was created (images above, bottom).
You can see a selection of the cut paper shadow boxes on the Black Book Gallery, and more on Harikrishnan Panicker’s portfolio site, Thumb Demon.
[Via Mark Strauss on io9]
10 Replies to “Hari & Deepti”
just wanted to say, wonderfully done, I applaud you both.
i’m babak as from iran
I wanted to know if it will be possible to send me Training
I liked it
Hi, I’m Dat. I came form Viet Nam.
I just wondering if it’s possible to send me a pattern of them? I really love it.
Can an ocean wave and a surfer be done? This has massive potential
I would love to have training in this. It is beautiful, and beautifully done by you both. Thank you for sharing
I would really love to take an art class but I don’t think you’re in Missouri
I Love your work!
An aspiring Shadow Puppeteer in Kentucky.
Beauty & truth. Hope to see in my dreams. Thank u!
Picture framer from Mississippi.
Are these for sale? Outstanding beautiful work! Please let me know.
hi….great work you done..boss. well done..keep it up… God Bless you…
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