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Sélina is an emerging multidisciplinary artist from the suburbs of Montréal who finds inspiration in dried flowers, torn fabrics, shattered glass and light; reflections & shadows. Her work, featured in local and online exhibitions, is mostly, if not exclusively, made of recycled, repurposed and thrifted materials as she believes in learning new techniques and creating without breaking the bank (or the Earth).

Currently focusing on eco-friendly stationery, she makes cards, envelopes, prints and stickers with upcycled papers & cardboards sourced from recycling bins. The paper corner cutter, double-faced tape & glue stick are all secondhand:  when it runs out, it'll be time for another project.

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