Marvelous Maps

It takes a very special eye to look at something quite ordinary and
expand the possibilities of what it could be. Elizabeth Lecourt has both
the eye and the talent to bring that possibility into fruition.
From her talented hands emerge carefully crafted prim little pleated
dresses and a few classic shirts.

As one who adores maps and loves to play with paper - these unique
sculptures just sang to me.

See more of Elizabeth's work HERE and HERE.


sinnlighet said...

Oh dear Judith, your amazing pictures makes me crazy ;) Love them soooo!


Tristan Robin Blakeman said...

Her work is such fun ... I posted about her a while back. It gives scrapbooking memories a whole new angle!

little augury said...

these are so clever, witty. I love that new summer time's calling header too. pgt

Sanity Fair said...

These are SO cute. I love the yellow and white best! Wouldn't they be marvelous as a fabric print?
Also, your new blog banner is charming!

Ingrid Mida said...

Interesting work! I guess by keeping her dresses and shirts flat, she doesn't have to worry about ripping like I did with my Map of a Life dress. I still have boxes and boxes of maps......

Yoli said...

Judith this is beautiful! How talented.

Don said...

A good way to get from one button to another!

sinnlighet said...

Judith, you are so generous with kindness. Thanks for your nice little mail! You make me soooo happy, as usual!

Lots of love


JM said...

This is really cool and super creative!

By the way, at first I thought it was Garbo in the header! :-)

My Castle in Spain said...

Love those!
Have a great sunday, Judith! :-)

lyptis said...

Those are cool! Wudnt it be great if they were made of fabric?!