About Matt Shlian from his site: As a paper engineer my work is rooted in print media, book arts and commercial design. Beginning with an initial fold, a single actions… Read more over on Mattshlian.com and see more of his fantastic paper sculptures.
About the Book – Papercraft: Design and Art with Paper [BUY]: An unparalleled collection of groundbreaking creations crafted from paper as a material for innovative art and design. Paper is arguably the most important material of our civilisation and has continued to serve as a medium for documenting information and ideas. Today, paper is enjoying something of a renaissance among young artists and designers worldwide as an experimental material for design. There is also an insatiable concurrent trend for designing three-dimensional handcrafted objects as documented in the books Tangible, Tactile and Hidden Track.
Papercraft is an extensive and timely survey of innovative art and design work crafted from paper. It explores the astounding possibilities of paper craft in all shapes and sizes some are playful, whimsical and quick to produce while others are far more intricate and created in painstaking detail. From the most basic techniques including cutting, folding, gluing and collage to the use of cuttingedge technology like embossing and laser cutting, paper and cardboard-crafted works are reaching new artistic heights. The book gathers the [read more here].
Check out these wonderfully-intricate paper cuts by Paper Cuts by Joe. Each original design is expertly-cut from a single piece of paper with a scalpel knife. See some examples below…
Each of my designs is hand-cut from a single piece of black paper and mounted to acid-free white mat board. Paper is the traditional first anniversary gift, so I recommend them as a unique and thoughtful gift for your special someone. I do NOT sell prints, all of these are original pieces. You will receive an actual hand-cut paper artwork. Most designs are available for immediate shipping, but please allow 7-9 days due to demand on popular designs. You can purchase these on Paper Cuts by Joe (not an affiliate link).
Working with Korean studio “Momot”, these installations entitled “Nike Air Reinvented” show paper art representations of popular and trendy Nike Sneakers (or ‘trainers’ here in the UK!). I think these are really unique, so check out the images below…
Credits for images above: Visit the Momot site.
…The folds are lightless pictures; there is no light portrayed. It is neither night nor day, and no natural or artificial light dominates the interiors or landscapes; it is a state of irreal, time-suspended neutrality. Everything is placed in an even non-light, immersed in the same lightness or the same darkness. The folds are completely dependent on the light in the viewing room, appropriating – like a mirror – it’s fall, temperature and intensity [read more here].
This colourful Paper Artwork was craftily-created by the talented Yulia Brodskaya. Visit her website for more of her original and exciting works. See some more examples below…
Yulia Brodskaya was born in Russia (Moscow); prior to moving to the UK in 2004 she was interested in diverse creative practices ranging from Textile Painting, Origami and Collage to more traditional Fine Art practices. Following an MA in Graphic Communication (2006, University of Hertfordshire) she continued to experiment and explore ways of bringing together all the things she likes most [read more here].
About these Lamps: The animal lamp is the output of our search for a product which could be easily assembled by the customer and is designed with all our knowledge in 3d computer aided design. The owl starts as a complex 3D computer model. In a second step the 3d computer model gets transformed into a flat plan. This flat plan gets printed on heavy paper. The product is the printout.The customer has to cut out, fold and glue the parts together [more on these here].
The “mostlikely DIY lampshades” were founded 2012 by Maik Perfahl and Wolfgang List of the interdisdiplinary design/sound/architecture collective “mostlikely”. The goal was to create complex objects at a low price that can be used as mask, lampshade or something else. Each lampshade starts as a complex 3D computer model [more].
Haha! This my me chuckle ─ Cheeseburger Wrapping Paper! Found [via].
Above: Captivating Paper Cutting by Australian Paper Artist, Lisa Rodden. You can see more of her work in this series over on her site gallery. I found the image above here, and all work is copyright Lisa Rodden.
This origami stars tutorial [shown above] is really cool. It shows how 3D stars can be made form simple paper strips! Credits & Copyright: You can check out the original over on the Minna May Blog.
This work is stunning, unique and amazing. There’s no other words I can using without consulting my online thesaurus! For the rest of this set from Ayakaito, check out her site…
Collection of photography portraying human figure in scribbled lines. It was distorted and reconstructed in 3D using a Flash drawing tool programmed by Randy Church.
These images show amazing Quilled Paper Artistry entitled Loves Doves by talented Russian artist, Yulia Brodskaya. Go and see her other fascinating works over on her website. I discovered her illustration work over on Colossal Art and Design.
These architectural paper works by Ingrid Siliakus are very detailed and precise, I think you’ll agree. Built as pop-up style books, these paper sculptures can fold into themselves, which adds an extra element of surprise and wonder to these paper marvels. You can see more of Ingrid’s work over on her site.
These stunning Paper Butterflies were craftily-created and made by paper artist, Rebecca J. Coles. She explains her work on her site as follows: “a journey travelling with a pencil, paper and a pair of scissors”. See more of her work over on her site.
Are you familiar with torn paper art? That’s where you tear different colors of paper to make a scene. I’ve done that to make a beach scene at sunset on this card. Picture is pretty self-describing. Sand, water, waves, sun, sunset. Colors brown for the sand, 4 different blues… [you can buy this from Aedesigns - not an affiliate link].
These are fantastic paper sculpting works by the talented Calvin Nicholls. I love how intricate these images are, and the subject matter is intriguing to say the least!
These wonderful and elegant paper typography letter-forms were craftily created by artist by artist, Sabeena Karnik. She is a freelance illustrator, typographer, calligrapher and fine artist specializing in paper sculpturing and acrylic murals. You can check out more of here work on her online portfolio. I’ve chosen the letters P, A and L out of this series to spell “Paper Art Love”!
This wonderful paper snake can be found over on papelartefacto—amazing work, I’m sure you’ll agree.
Peter Callesen creates all sorts of paper creations using paper and a scalpel to cut intricate shapes into it. Here’s a selection of his stunning work, but you can see more over on his site.
Colombian artist Diana Beltran Herrera creates beautifully-intricate and delicate-looking paper birds in a series she calls “Colibri investigations”. I think they are wonderful, and here full collection can be seen in her portfolio.
Paper artist Jeremy Kool has created a set of wonderful 3D origami-style animals, including this one below (which is my favourite!). You can see his other amazing works over on his site.
This video is pretty unique, as it features the world and lots of other objects made entirely of coloured cardboard! It starts by showing you how the 3D objects were made, followed by the actual animation at the end. The whole video is only 1 minute and 40 seconds long, so give it a watch…
This beautiful origami Earth/Globe is pretty interesting. I found this image here.
…See the the work of Sipho Mabona in the Video Below:
Wow! Check out this wonderful and intricate work by American paper artist, Eric Standley. You can see more of his collection over on his site, and you can see an example of his stunning work below…
This is a great video featuring various book sculptures by artist, Jodi Harvey Brown. In much of her fantastic word, the book pages are cut and grouped together to crates various scenes. Watch the video below for more on this…
These stunning sectional Globes by Geografia are pretty awesome, I think you’ll agree? Much like origami art, these just go to show what can be achieved with printed paper and a dash of human imagination… [SEE MORE]
Check out these Paperself Lashes! Are You Serious? Yes, and they’re available over on Firebox but I have no idea who’d buy them! Still, if this is your thing, I guess they’d be great for you…[SEE MORE].
Wow! Check out these stunning examples of Paper-art. They are by talented artist, Jen Stark. Enjoy these inspiring images [SEE MORE].
These paper art creations were made by artist Jennifer Collier. Listed in this post are tea-sets, as well as cameras and a sewing machine. I think the work is great, and I’m sure you’ll love it too… [SEE MORE].
This set of wonderful creative custom posters was designed by Lim Siang Ching of Pattern Matters. As can be seen in the collection below, these custom posters are based on 3-D folded paper. I think these are absolutely amazing and totally unique, I’m sure you’ll agree. Enjoy the collection of posters below… [SEE MORE]
Paper Art by the Talented Bianca Chang. Here is another gallery showcasing more fantastic artwork made from just paper! I hop you enjoy it… [SEE MORE]
Paper Art Gameboys and classic games. We all love a bit of retro, don’t we? Well, here are 12 great pics of 3D paper constructions made and designed by “Zim and Zou”. Be inspired and prepare to be captivated by these wonderful recreations in 3D [SEE MORE].
I’m not quite sure who created these amazing paper apples, but if you know, please let me know so I can attribute credit. This photo was featured over on Weheartit.com.
About fifteen years ago, Sara put an x-acto blade to an unfinished sketchbook. She liked the silhouettes, the relationship between positive and negative space – still does. [...]
Paper Art Sculpting by Kris Trappeniers — a stencil artist based in Belgium. As can be seen in the papercut of the womans head (above), Kris uses a sharp scalpel to create stunning paper art ‘sculptures’ [SEE MORE].
Paper Art of strange, funky and clever origami animals and ‘creative creatures’ are by Joseph Wu. As you may know, I feature a fair amount of paper art over here at Paper Art Love, so I hope you’ll enjoy these too. Above: “Corky & Cecil”. [SEE MORE]
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About the Book – Papercraft: Design and Art with Paper [BUY]: An unparalleled collection of groundbreaking creations crafted from paper as a material for innovative art and design… Papercraft is an extensive and timely survey of innovative art and design work crafted from paper. … From the most basic techniques including cutting, folding, gluing and collage to the use of cuttingedge technology like embossing and laser cutting, paper and cardboard-crafted works are reaching new artistic heights. The book gathers the [read more here].