annie vought


Whoa. PAPER. Paper that has been really, really, really cut. A lot. My hand is cramping just looking at these insane pieces by California based artist Annie Vought. That white dome of triangles? That arc of text bleeding off the edge of a black page? And are those tiny little houses in that pattern-only piece? Yep, I said it once, and I’ll say it again… whoa.

{Thanks to yesterday’s artist, Annie O’Dorisio, for sending me a link to Annie Vought’s work… so many talented Annies in one week!}

comments (7)

  1. simone /// 08.25.2015 /// 6:49am

    Annie is amazingly crazy.

  2. the jealous curator /// 08.25.2015 /// 8:23am

    she would have to be! these pieces are amazingly crazy!

  3. Robin K. /// 08.25.2015 /// 6:11pm

    Can you give us a sense of scale?

  4. the jealous curator /// 08.25.2015 /// 9:19pm

    hey robin, they range from 9″x9″ to 41″x52″ … click on her name above and it will lead to her site with all of that info : )

  5. Sophie /// 08.29.2015 /// 2:22am

    These are truly incredible. I adore the simplicity of her compositions but the detail close up is inspirational.

  6. Verónica Chauvet /// 08.30.2015 /// 9:23pm

    At first view, I thought Annie’s artwork was made by a 3D printer!. I specially like her work that seems like a tapestry, withe all those doodle designs. Really amazing.!

  7. Berta /// 08.31.2015 /// 11:26am

    I am always wowed and inspired by the artists you showcase on The Jealous Curator. Annie’s works are incredible. I would love to hear you interview her on the podcast.