Lucila Biscione creates surreal scenes with paper, ink, and pencil, with lush backdrops and roaming creatures. The Buenos Aires-born, Berlin-based “papercut” artist primarily uses muted tones in the works shown here, adding to worlds that appear either ancient and lived-in—further underscoring their fairytale quality.
The artist offers some insight into her globetrotting background: “I was born in Buenos Aires, but I spent my childhood in Villa Cacique, a small town located in Buenos Aires Province. During my adolescence I lived in Mar del Plata. Ultimately, I came back to the Buenos Aires to study Graphic Design at the University of Buenos Ares. I currently live and work in Berlin. I may say that at this time Berlin is my place in the world. Although, if I have the chance to choose, I would always return to live next to the seaside.”
Find more of her work on her site.