Posts Tagged: Creative Paper Art
Seattle based artist Patty Grazini (previously here and here) delights us once again with a beautiful collection in which she uses paper currency from around the world.
Paper has always been the preferred medium for Manchester based artist Helen Musselwhite. Her creative journey as an artist started from an early age, leading her to study graphic design and illustration. She ventured in the world of decorative furniture, jewellery
Yulia Brodskaya's works (previously here) are well known all around the world, being famous for their delicate intricacy, and also for the renowned brands that have chosen her technique to promote themselves. If you think things couldn't get more complicated, take
These beautiful paper sculptures appeal to the DIY-maniac inside each of us. Either it’s a single animal, or a trophy head, these ingenious paper ornaments are easy to assembly, and the result is more than rewarding, as the designer Wolfram Kampffmeyer
We've seen many examples of amazing artworks that use the technique of paper cutting, but these pieces by Emma Van Leest are something else. Something unique, something out of this world. In fact, they are "fantastical montages of imagined fairy worlds", as the
Some say that the best art is the one that deceives you. Beijing artist, designer and book editor, Li Hongbo, creates these mind blowing paper sculptures that might be mistaken for porcelain works. His technique is inspired by the Chinese paper gourds, decorative
Origami is the art of folding paper, but what would you call the art of folding and unfolding paper? German artist Simon Schubert transforms paper into architectural masterpieces by folding a simple piece of paper to shape the creases, then unfolding it to reveal
Zim & Zou is a French graphic design studio located in Nancy. Founded by Lucie Thibault and Thomas Zimmermann, the studio explores a contemporary design, experimenting with different fields including paper sculpture, installation, graphic design, illustration.