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Forest Folks: fascinating colorful papercraft sculptures by Zim & Zou

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Forest Folks: fascinating colorful papercraft sculptures by Zim & Zou
Forest Folks: fascinating colorful papercraft sculptures by Zim & Zou
Forest Folks: fascinating colorful papercraft sculptures by Zim & Zou
Forest Folks: fascinating colorful papercraft sculptures by Zim & Zou
Forest Folks: fascinating colorful papercraft sculptures by Zim & Zou
Forest Folks: fascinating colorful papercraft sculptures by Zim & Zou
Forest Folks: fascinating colorful papercraft sculptures by Zim & Zou
Forest Folks: fascinating colorful papercraft sculptures by Zim & Zou
Forest Folks: fascinating colorful papercraft sculptures by Zim & Zou
Forest Folks: fascinating colorful papercraft sculptures by Zim & Zou

Zim & Zou (previously here) is a French design studio based in Nancy, composed of Lucie Thomas, born in the Vosges in 1987, and Thibault Zimmermann, born in Paris in 1986. Forest Folks is a bespoke project for the opening of a new Hermès store in Dubai (a mall of the Arab Emirates). For more information, visit their website and profiles on BehanceFacebookInstagram, and Vimeo.

Curated by Leandro Oliveira

I’m the CEO-founder of Visualflood, based in Feira de Santana, Brazil. Someone who loves visual arts and innovative technologies.

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