Interview: Jeff Nishinaka - Relief Paper Sculpture Artist Los Angeles native Jeff Nishinaka is a relief paper sculpture artist who has a stunning array of work that needless to say can blow anyone away. His portfolio spans a wide range including Bloomingdale’s, Sprint, Visa, Penn State University, Paramount Pictures and Coca Cola. Over the years he has found various techniques in how to manipulate and bend paper to make these magnificent masterpieces. I’m really happy to have him featured on our site since he is one of my favorite paper artists! Daniele Del Nero - After Effects A series of architectural scale models constructed with black paper and covered with flour and a layer of mould to create the effect of old abandoned buildings. My purpose is to talk about the sense of time and destiny of the planet after the human species, through the sense of restlessness which abandoned buildings are able to communicate. Genoa-Zug Artist's Residence, Zug August 2012. installation views,
papercraft Johan Scherft Papercraft Birds, frogs, fish and boats All the birds shown on this page are three dimensional models, I made from thin paper. They are lifesize, and very realistic in colour and detail. I make the birds (and other animals) from paper templates. The templates are handcoloured with watercolour and gouache before assembling. Some of the birds are scanned before putting together. Peter Gentenaar: Paper Sculpture More than 100 of Peter Gentenaar’s ethereal paper sculptures were installed inside the Abbey church of Saint-Riquier in France. Gothic architecture + paper art = SWOON! I love how the curves and organic forms of the paper sculptures echo the beautiful vaulting and cluster piers of the church interior – look how the sculptures have ribbing just like the ribbed groin vaults! Gothic architecture, facilitated by the invention of the flying buttress, is characterized by the towering, luminous spaces created by the higher ceilings and huger windows that flying buttresses allowed for (compared to the engaged buttresses of Romanesque architecture).
Paper Art To the Power Of – Jen Stark Paper artist Jen Stark is about to open her first solo exhibition in Los Angeles, titled To the Power Of. The exhibition opens today September 28 and takes place at Martha Otero Gallery. Kevin LCK Illustrations Ordinary Behavior - illustrative object Fine Arts, Illustration, Sculpting2013 Ordinary Behavior - illustrative objectFine Arts, Illustration, Sculpting2013 Ordinary Behavior - illustrative objectsFine Arts, Illustration, Sculpting2013 Ordinary Behavior - illustrative objectsFine Arts, Illustration, Sculpting2013 Ordinary Behavior - illustrative objectsFine Arts, Illustration, Sculpting2013 Ordinary Behavior - illustrative objectsFine Arts, Illustration, Sculpting2013 What can you get from a microwave oven? What have we been given up in order to adequate the instant technology culture? Drawings of the modern absurdity of human and technologyDrawing, Illustration2013
Paper Animals By Anna-Wili Highfield « Made In Slant By Eyeswoon, on June 26th, 2012 Wolf, 2012, 70cm x 40cm x 40cm Sydney based artist Anna-Wili Highfield creates sculptures of animals from paper and copper pipe. Taking hand-painted cotton paper, the artist cuts and sews pieces together and then drapes them on copper wire. The strong dramatic quality that these animals present may come from Highfield’s background as a scenic artist in Opera Australia. For more horse sculptures constructed from paper, see the work of Richard Sweeney and Xavier Barrade.
Bert Simons - Paper Portraits Mr.I.Opstelten Rozemarijn Lucassen Harry Hamelink Su Blackwell - Book Sculptor Since the altered book project, I've become really interested in the artform and have been researching different artists and methods of alteration. One of my absolute favorite book sculptors I've come across is Su Blackwell. Jorinde and Jorindel, Book Pages, 2010 Blackwell's work is predominantly in altering books, though she has some interesting works made from old nightgowns and curtains. modern origami modern origami design & photo jun mitani Jun Mitani is a computer engineer, but he’s also a paper artisan; he designs origami pieces with computer programs that he develops himself. Seems complicated ? Not for him, as he explained to us: « My speciality in the field of computer graphics is geometric modeling, so it’s not difficult for me to develop computer programs for designing origami once the underlying theory of origami geometry is clarified. »
Interview With Paper Artist Fideli Sundqvist I hope everyone had a great weekend! I’m sure you all have been waiting to see our latest interview, at least I am more than pleased to share it. This young lady is from Stockholm, Sweden and currently resides there as a graphic designer and illustrator both in the form of print, product designs and of course, paper! I’m pleased to introduce the talented Fideli Sundqvist. I hope you enjoy our interview with her.