As I have been working on my own pieces, I find myself more and more drawn to work that has dimension to it. The paper landscapes by Estonian artist Eiko Ojala, are a prime example of this. His illustrations appear as though they have been cut from paper, but in fact, they are all hand drawn. I am so impressed by the way he creates and positions the shadows so that the composition really appears as though it is in relief or popping off of the paper. They really inspire me to add depth and dimension to my own work. I hope they inspire you as well!