Jamie Poole: Self Portrait with Love Letters

Category: Art Published on 21 Feb, 2013 Tags:
Jamie Poole: Self Portrait with Love Letters

English artist Jamie Poole creates large scale portraits using strips of paper cut from poems and pieced together. For his latest project Jamie used love letters and poems that his wife wrote to him over the last two years to create this incredible self portrait.

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images © Jamie Poole

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