Origami artists have been transforming paper into varied, visually striking works of art since centuries. However, an entirely different wagon of artists has stretched it across the paper and is creating the same magic with books. Had these books not been morphed into unusual artworks, you might have seen them bedecking some landfill, a ditch or a waste-bin. Who knows?
Paper art can be traced back to Japan, where it originated over a thousand years ago. From complex paper cutting to book carving, this is an ever expanding area of design that is hardly talked about. These intricate paper designs grace museums and exauhibitions throughout the world and is becoming yet another exciting medium of expression for many designers.
Cecilia Camouflaged With the help her assistants, make-up and body paint, Peruvian artist Ceclia Paredes seamlessly blends herself into her own intricate, botanical paintings. Unlike Liu Bolin, she carefully chooses her poses and leaves her hair unpainted, which […] Silent World With some clever camera trickery, artists Lucie & Simon have captured some of the world’s most populated cities completely devoid of any human activity. The result is a series of unimaginable, apocalyptic-like photos – honestly eerie yet […]
Works: Noriko Ambe
Depuis le 1er novembre 2010, j’ai complété le blog avec sa page Facebook, devenu rapidement mon véritable carnet de bord de mes pérégrinations sur l’internet mondial. Certes, cela ne va pas sans déplaire aux lecteurs qui sont partisans des concurrents (mais je suis aussi sur Twitter, hein!) ou qui abhorrent les réseaux sociaux… Cependant, c’est, pour l’instant, l’outil le moins chronophage que je connaisse pour partager les myriades de liens débiles, d’images extraordinaires et de vidéos WTF que je glane en surfant le web tel un loup des mers numériques (oui j’ai trop bu de champagne…). C’est également un moyen pour moi d’avoir un brin d’interactivité avec les fans de la page. Eh oui! Sur le blog, je ne me sens pas pris de cours par des milliers de commentaires, et sans les réseaux sociaux, j’aurai vite l’impression de causer phylogénie seul avec mon chti’ nombril.
Mar 22, 2011 Artwork by SCOTT CAMPBELL Scott Campbell, Skull Cube, 2010, Cut US currency, 9 x 6 x 4 inches Scott Campbell is a sort of semiotician, studying the signs, symbols, and text, commonly found in tattoo culture. His work investigates a familiar lowbrow vernacular, and points out the irony existing within that imagery. Die for the Money
Sculpture is used as a mode of public art, where it requires a lot of time and great amount of inspiration and experience to come up with a masterpiece. Paper Sculpture is another type of expressing art by the use of Paper to mold a certain creatures inspired works of art. By the use of your imagination you can make a dramatic piece of art with a touch of your personal style depending on what catches your attention for a subject. Or perhaps, you would just be one of those who would love to appreciate art and take it step by step to learn and engage yourself into it. With a simple piece of Paper, you may already see wonders so take a look at these Brilliant Paper Art SculptureCollection as it will surely amaze you, and will stimulate your artistic skills to create one in your own chosen design.