Paper flowers by Lyndie Dourthe
It’s a fascinating thing to marvel at the many ways creative minds see the world. Without artists like Lyndie Dourthe, we’d see a flower as a flower – in its natural setting, hue, and lifespan. As you scroll down you may find yourself oohing and aahing over the the way a fuschia bleeds into a yellow, or how black leaves can hold a tiny blush bud so beautifully. You might even find yourself examining her technique, trying to find ways to recreate such a unique flower to last a lifetime. In Dourthe’s world, flowers don’t wilt nor drop a petal.
Absolutely stunning, right?