I find paper incredibly difficult to work with, so to me it’s truly amazing each time I see this kind of art. These magnificent paper sculptures are created by Clare Pentlow. The colorful pieces look like flowers in full bloom and are given depth and perspective by cutting the paper in strips of various sizes....
Patty Grazini (previously here) has completed a new body of work, and we couldn't be more excited about it. The show is called "Eccentric Misfits and Uncommon Characters", and each character is inspired by the women in the late 19th century.
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
Nature is an endless source of inspiration for any artist, and in any form of art. Belarusian artist Anastasia Kovaleva uses found organic material to create her imaginative and intricate collages. From dreamy landscapes, to cards and decorative objects,
Bristol based freelance illustrator and artist Sarah Dennis started experimenting with art and drawing from a very young age. Inspired by her grandfather’s collection of old books, but also by Japanese art, Sarah combined these two into a beautiful mix of
Australian illustrator Loui Jover creates these delicate ink drawing on sheets of vintage paper randomly bound together in a collage, rendering a “strange fusion and depth that seems to give the images a kind of ‘meaning’ and back story”.
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
Sunshine Coast based artist Lisa Rodden creates beautiful 3D artworks from simple sheets of paper, meticulously cutting and lifting the layers into a sculptural piece. By underlying a flat painting as a pop of color, the artist gives the impression of depth and
Artist David Adey creates these intricate collages by cutting fragments of printed skin from magazine photographs. The original photos are this way reconstructed from thousands of tiny scraps, cut into various geometric shapes and arranged in such a way that they