“Mirla,” a little black paper cut bird by Diana Beltran Herrera
Bogota-based artist (and dreamer), Diana Beltran Herrera, has a lovely portfolio of paper cut birds categorized within the “Mathematics for the reality” series. From the Afrikkalainen Kutojalintu bird with a bright yellow belly, to the Cardenal, each bird is given a personality with color and textural help from the varying paper styles and cuts.
(more colorful paper birds and some dissections with views of anatomy too)

“Mirla,” a little black paper cut bird by Diana Beltran Herrera

Bogota-based artist (and dreamer), Diana Beltran Herrera, has a lovely portfolio of paper cut birds categorized within the “Mathematics for the reality” series. From the Afrikkalainen Kutojalintu bird with a bright yellow belly, to the Cardenal, each bird is given a personality with color and textural help from the varying paper styles and cuts.

(more colorful paper birds and some dissections with views of anatomy too)

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