Paper Art - 100 Extraordinary Examples Of Paper Art. The Newspaper House. The Newspaper House installation by Sumer Erek produced by Karen Janody The Blackie Art centreGreat George StreetLiverpool L1 9EW11am and 6pm daily (except Tues) Photographs by Mark McNulty Please, ask permission to use these photographs. karen[@]creative-city.co.uk Mark McNulty © The Newspaper House continues its journey to Liverpool, the Cultural Capital of Europe 2008, during the 5th Liverpool Biennial of contemporary arts.
Folding Paper Chair Assembled from Slit & Slotted Sheets. Trusses, arches and other traditional building forms gain strength in part from materials, but largely from shape – a fact that drives the design of this otherwise-fragile-looking set of seats.
Designed by Koji Sekita (via DesignBoom), these objects are “composed of paper sheets, the cardstock is scored and folded in a zigzag pattern. Each identical piece is then joined, creating the form of a chair. The strength of the seating object comes from the honeycomb pattern generated from the assembling the individual parts. due to the flexible nature of the construction, any length of chair or bench can be produced.” Fictional Landscapes. Colossal has seen its fair share of commendable book and paper work the last few weeks, but this was too good to pass up.
UK-based artist Kyle Kirkpatrick constructs these wonderfully tiny dioramas using the topographies of carved books. Via the artist: My practice is primarily concerned with the notion of the imagined landscape. I present man-made objects and natural materials simultaneously to form carefully and meticulously composed installation works. I capitalize on intrigue taking objects out of context reinventing their use, pushing the viewer to see beyond what I present before them, a glass could be interpreted as a lake or a metal bracket a cliff. I don’t know about you but given the right disposable book (blasphemy!) All About Papercutting. Chinese Paper Cut Art. I remember when I was small, I used to do paper cutting at my grandmom’s house.
It’s my aunt hobby to cut down every cute figurines and paste them on a scrapbook. The little me just helped, oops no, :) I would say played around, with the cut pieces and messed up the table eventually. :) When Chinese New Year approaching, I saw people pasting the red paper cuttings on the wall. They were finely cut, animal, flowers and Chinese characters symbolizing luck and prosperity were the subjects of the traditional art works. Nowadays, we could still see the work but only on the exhibition. Paper Cut Botanical Alphabet. Hermés Paper Window Displays. Folding for Peace: Origami Paper Flower Garden. Origami Island & Castle Complex. Four years of blood, sweat and tears – yet not a drop to tarnish this incredible miniature city – an unprecedented work of origami art complete with moving parts, from motorized paper trains to real working electric lights.
Working with only the simplest modeling tools, Japanese artist Wataru Itou constructed this fantastic set of integrated structures using basic knives, scissors, hole punches and modeling glue. Aesthetically somewhere between an idealized fairy-tale castle and an island fortress, the work takes on different moods with the shifting of its incredibly complex and spectrum-spanning colored lighting system.
And the architecture is not the whole story: sidewalks, streets, paths and doorways interconnect everything just as they would in a real-life city – cranes and construction equipment dot the landscape, implying a never-ending work in progress. What is perhaps most amazing is how the entire work of art hangs together and yet conveys the sense of construction over time. One Awesome Papercraft Castle. By Zach Tropf (@jericho6) on July 7, 2009 The entire structure, including lights and a moving train among other features, is made of painstakingly cut and folded paper.
You might think it took a long time to make, and you’d be right. Crafted by Japanese art student Wataru Itou, it took over four years to complete and is currently being exhibited at Umihotaru in Tokyo, Japan. The piece is titled ”A Castle on the Sea” and you check out some of the shots below to wow you: 20 Awesome Paper Art Designs. Merveilles en papier. Perdu toute notion du temps ces derniers jours dans la robe couleur du temps et chronophage et la fourrure de l'âne.
Encore des finitions à terminer et cette fois la princesse sera prête pour essayer l'anneau Totally lost track of time these past days working on the very time consuming dress and fur of Donkey Skin , she should be ready very soon though to meet the prince Et malgré un ciel capricieux visité il ya quelques jours les ours Bernois d'un ancien château des comtes de Savoie bati sur un rocher sur le lac Léman .
Situé à côté de Montreux, il fut un lieu de pélérinage à l'époque romantique pour de nombreux artistes et poètes dont Lord Byron. Visited a few days ago a very old and legendary castle and its bears built on a rock on Lake Geneva, le" Château de Chillon", popular during the romantic era in the 19th century among poets and artists, such as Lord Byron who wrote a poem about it . Figure I - Flickr. Showcase of Amazing Paper Made Artworks & Sculptures - Noupe Design Blog. Apr 26 2011.
Hello Hydrangea: Inspired By Yulia Brodskaya. I can't get over how amazing these are.
I wouldn't be surprised if Yulia invented quilling. She is a 28 year old artist from Moscow who creates beautiful designs from vertical pieces of thin paper and her website is full of inspiration in color, line, shadow and technique. Collection of Paper Art Sculptures. 3D Relief Cityscape Paper Sculptures. Christina Lihan, who was formally trained as an architect, has created these astoundingly detailed architectural reliefs by intricately hand cutting paper.
Her works are mostely sculptural, three-dimensional reliefs of skyscrapers, cityscapes, historic buildings, and European and American landmarks. Throughout her process she carves, cuts, scores, bends and folds watercolor paper by hand to form facades that come alive with shadows, texture, light and details. “She says that, quite the opposite of a trained architect, she prefers to eyeball the construction until she achieves the proper perspective. The final product is generally anywhere from 2 to 6 inches deep and placed in a shadowbox for display.
15 of the World’s Most Creative Papercraft Artists : WebUrbanist. 15 of the World’s Most Creative Papercraft Artists Article by Steph, filed under Sculpture & Craft in the Art category.