Pi Luna Art

Made with Paper, Not Paint

From a distance Pi Luna's artwork looks like paintings, but get up close and you'll start to see the shapes and textures. She cuts up tiny pieces of paper from recycled magazines and assembles them into imaginative visual stories to awaken the spirit and bring inspiration to our daily lives. Watch the video below to see how it works.

Get a Free Print

When you sign up for Pi's newsletter, you'll get to see behind the scenes footage of her process, learn the story behind her name and stay up to date with her latest artwork. As a gift, she will mail you a free 4 x 6 inch print. (Limited to one print per person).

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Good for the Environment

In addition to using recycled materials, Pi Luna donates 10% of her revenue to planting trees with the non-profit organization "One Tree Planted". Happy trees create a happy planet.

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