Lauren Iida's paper cutaways are on display at the beautiful West Elm home store in South Lake Union for the entire month of May.
These images depict scenes from Prasot village where The Antipodes Collective will be working, as well as other areas of Cambodia.
All proceeds from the sale of the cutaways currently on display at West Elm go directly to funding the arts and literacy education of Cambodian children through The Antipodes Collective. More paper cutaways at www.laureniida.com
“Water buffalo wade in the cool mud.
The water twinkles in the morning and is still at night.
In my village, there is a pond where the children fish…”
This bilingual Khmer and English book introduces village life in rural Cambodia through beautifully illustrated pages by nine Seattle-based artists.
Proceeds from the sale of this book support literacy and the arts for children in rural Cambodia through non-profit organization, The Antipodes Collective.