'Woman Taking Selfie' Original Handcrafted Papercut

by Darin Mount Artwork



  • made in britain

Detailed handcrafted papercut of woman taking selfie outside a disused telephone box London King's Cross

Each papercut has been carefully and intricately cut from an original drawing

This series focuses on people ... the romantic, vain, hopeful or lost characters who inhabit the streets of London and Cambridge. In this papercut, old and new telephone technology stand - as the woman quickly takes a selfie next to a dereliect telephone box in London.

The papercut will look perfect either framed flat on a white background in a traditional single glass fronted frame or placed in a floating frame (where the image is sandwiched between 2 sheets of clear glass and perspex). If held in a 'floating frame' the image appears to magically hover in mid-air, casting a gentle shadow of itself against the wall.

Available either unframed or framed in a ‘floating’ glass/perspex wooden frame.

Please note that if framing is required, this will take an additional day for me to dispatch.

made from:

Papercut: Cut from acid-free 230gsm paper; coated with light-fast Shellac black Indian ink.

Frame: A front layer of glass and a layer of acrylic mounts the papercut.


Papercut size: 39cm x 29cm

Wooden frame size: 42.5cm x 32.5cm

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