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Punchy, Paper Cut Action Silhouettes

Tuesday 10.09.2012 , Posted by
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From scenes of western bar brawls to trigger-happy zombie hunters delivering headshots, the silhouette art of David Reeves covers broad-spectrum action scenes. Halifax-based artist / designer / photographer David Reeves re-creates action landscapes borrowed from movies and video games using paper, an x-acto knife, some clever lighting techniques and his trusty Cannon camera.

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Reeves captures the silhouettes of samurais, Batman, cowboys, aliens and scenes from the stunningly visual video game, Limbo (just to name a few). His drool-worthy art is definitely worth a peek:

Batman makes an appearance…

How it’s made: silhouette style
Re-creation, some amazing scenes inspired by Limbo
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 geekologie.com & bitrebels.com

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Lizzie is a blogger, social media consultant and publicist with a specialized interest in the science, engineering and arts sectors. These days she’s often found in trains, planes and automobiles searching for Wi-Fi connections with her artillery of Mac devices, writing about anything from 3D printing to kinetic outdoor art installations. Outside of writing and travelling, her main passions are live music and hot yoga.

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