3D Paper Tattoos

Jacob Dahlstrup Jensen is a Danish illustrator. His latest works is ‘On a Sailors Grave No Roses Grow’, where  he used a tattoo machine like a pen on heavy watercolorpaper to create a 3D line by disordering the paper structure. Continue for the Video.

Artist statement:
Key to my practice is a process of calculated spontaneity and pre planned coincidence through which I work primarily with a combination of drawing and installation. Through merging of material and context I explore the visual language of nautical folklore, which tells the story of faith, hope, love, and the struggle to get to the non-existing point in the horizon.

On a Sailors Grave (no roses grow) from Jacob Dahlstrup on Vimeo.


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