Sometimes you see something that brings you so much joy that you feel an urge to share it with others. Some people do this on social media. However, sometimes I see artworks that I want to share with all of you, the awesome readers of TechAcute. The best community I know.
Meet Robbin Gregorio from the Philippines
Robbin Gregorio is an art director at Dentsu Media. He works on projects for clients such as Cadbury Dairy Milk, Cadbury 5star, Babyflo, ALFM Mutual Funds, and Natalac. He lives in Manila, on the Philippines and in his spare time he creates papercut illustrations. His works are amongst the most vivid and crisp paper artworks I’ve come across so far and it get’s even better.
Robbin does papercut characters out of all kind of geekdoms and not just random figures. He did characters from the Justice League as well as from Game of Thrones. More recently he also did Ron Swanson (portrayed by Nick Offerman) from the comedy series Parks and Recreation as well as the popular comedian and TV host Conan O’Brien.
Here are some of his awesome works
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I thought all of these look really great and I believe that Robbin Gregorio managed to stylize the characters in a way that really suits them and resembles their roles really well. What do you think? You can follow him on Instagram and check out his portfolio on Behance if you’re looking for a larger resolution of his works. Enjoy!
Which are your favorites? Or do you want to share the link to another great artist? Have you tried papercutting yourself and want to show the results? All of this is more than welcome. Share below in the comments or drop us a tweet. We’re looking forward to hearing from you.
Photo credit: Feature image and all embedded material done by Robbin Gregorio
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