If you’ve read Brown Paper Bag for a while, you already know that I’m a big fan of 100 day projects. I love the dedication that comes with it, as well as the creative magic that can happen when you explore a single topic in so many ways. Over the next two days, I’ll share a couple of 100 day projects that have recently caught my eye.
The first one is by Cheryl Teo, aka LULO. She’s currently working on #100daysofpapermatchboxes, which features a array of miniature cut paper scenes. If that sounds too open-ended, never fear—she’s given herself an interesting constraint; each composition sits on a matchbook-sized platform in a similarly vibrant color palette. Most of the small sculptures feature a slice of life that’s depicted a in a low-poly style. They’re a feast for the eyes and impressive in their construction.
Cheryl is on day 30 of #100daysofpapermatchboxes, so there’s still time to follow her on Instagram and watch the series develop. For more of her work, check out the LULO Etsy shop.
Cheryl Teo is working on a 100 day project featuring miniature cut paper scenes. Each is a vibrant sculpture set on a stage that’s the size of a matchbook.