Preview: Paper-Cut-Project at Jackson Fine Art

Chic, Seussian headpieces and origami crowns. Yes. These are actually made of PAPER.

Jackson Fine Art dons the chic, Seussian headdresses of Atlanta's Paper-Cut-Project for the exhibit Paper Wigs through Jan. 21. The Paper-Cut-Project is Amy Flurry, Athens-based regional editor for Lucky magazine and style editor at the Atlantan, and Nikki Salk, former owner of Buckhead boutique Addiction and the style mind behind fashion blog FashionGatherer.com. The pair has designed exclusive collections of paper sculptures and wigs for the likes of Hermès, Cartier and Kate Spade. Greg Lotus' photos of the origami crowns feature in the exhibit and will also appear in Italian Vogue. We suggest you hit up the show so that you can say you saw it here first.


  • Image Courtesy of Jackson FIne Art, Atlanta and Greg Lotus. Image Copyright Greg Lotus
  • "Pierrotte, 2011" by Greg Lotus


  • Image Courtesy of Jackson FIne Art, Atlanta and Paper-Cut-Project. Image Copyright Paper-Cut-Project.
  • "Paper Do Wig, 2011" by Paper-Cut-Project