Curtain up! An array of well-clad feet caught my eye on Facebook and reminded me how much I admire the paper sculpture illustration of Gail Armstrong.
She's an award-winning illustrator in London who creates perfectly crafted paper sculptures that can often be seen in advertisements and children's books.
Gail sketches a design, cuts the paper components with a scalpel, and bends and shapes the pieces to fit together like a puzzle atop the sketch.
The sculpture is photographed and lastly, Gail uses her graphic design skills to digitally collage the final design.
In the video below, Gail shows the way a peacock illustration is transformed into a postage stamp.
Gail's portfolio can be seen on IllustrationWeb. She is also on Facebook.