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Astounding Paper Sculptures That Burst Out Of Books - DesignTAXI.com
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Origami is an ancient art type from Japan, the art of folding paper. Let’s make some origami stars to decorate our houses for Christmas as a star is a
Regular Cash Notes Transformed Into Intricate, Origami Sculptures - DesignTAXI.com
In this fascinating series entitled "Paper on Paper" (aka Origamis), artist Marc Fichou blurs the line between image and matter. In his own words: "My intention here is to create a piece whe...
Based out of Honolulu, Hawaii, artist and designer Won Park creates incredible origami pieces using only one dollar bills. What's most impressive about Park's work is that he designs them as...
Li Hongbo is a Chinese artist currently living and working in Beijing. Born in 1974 in Siping City, Jilin, China, Li has always had a deep fascination with paper and it's properties. "You ca...
Junior Fritz Jacquet creates unique sculptures out of toilet paper rolls.
The faces of fictional characters are first sculpted by hand and then coated with shellac and different pigments.
Craig Sonnenfeld creates wonderful origami art by folding real dollar bills.
The artist carefully folds money to resemble familiar objects and animals.
California based artist Lea Redmond makes and sells miniature letters and birthday cards.
Unique miniaturized letters come in tiny envelopes with small postage stamp, red wax seal, and a magnifying glass.
Don Lucho has created an entire apartment out of cardboard and paper.
As an added bonus, the artist also made a life-sized paper car and placed it outside of the apartment building.
American graphic designer Meghan Stratman makes unique art out of paper.
The artist draws much of her inspiration from video games, films, music, comic books, and pop culture.
Allen and Patty Eckman have been creating incredible paper sculptures since 1987. This post showcases some of their breathtaking creations.
The artists first cast paper pulp into clay molds and apply vacuum pressure to remove the water. Then the casts are removed from the molds and the long process of sculpting in paper and detailing begins.
Anastassia Elias, a talented French artist, creates wonderful paper art inside of recycled toilet paper tubes.
Bryan Berg, Cardstacker: Guinness World Record Holder.
Artwork by Wataru Itou | Photograph by tokyobling.wordpress.com This incredible castle is an amazing display of papercraft, an artform that uses heavy sheets of paper to create intric...
Inspired by a View-Master and pop-up books as a child, Thomas Allen became interested in recreating these three-dimensional experiences by using mid century books and pulp fiction paperbacks...
Denmark-born artist Peter Callesen creates incredible works of art from a single sheet of A4 paper. Through an amazing combination of cutting and folding, Callesen creates incredible scenes ...
Simon Schubert is an artist who lives and works in Cologne, Germany. Born in 1976, he studied Liberal Arts and Sculpture at the Duesseldorf Academy of the Arts under the tutelage of Irmin Ka...
Series of beautiful paper trees made by Japanese artist Yuken Teruya out of recycled toilet paper rolls.
There comes a moment when cut-out branches and leaves start holding themselves up with their own strength. It is as if the artist gives paper a brand new life inside the toilet paper roll forest.
Russian artists Alexei Lyapunov and Lena Ehrlich create three-dimensional art out of paper.
Detailed paper sculptures and colorful backgrounds are made with the help of sharp knives, tweezers, rulers, metal wire, and scissors.
German artist Anja Markiewicz creates miniature sculptures out of paper.
Extremely tiny origami creations look like different animals and flowers.
Wonderful 3D sculptures made by Canadian paper artist Calvin Nicholls.
Calvin has been creating paper sculptures since the mid 1980’s from his studio north of Toronto. When each sculpture is complete, the artist uses lighting to emphasize important elements and texture.
Brian Chan transforms paper into flowers, animals, and fictional characters.
Most of these amazing origami sculptures were carefully folded by the artist from a single uncut square sheet of paper.
Thomas Allen creates unique three-dimensional art by cutting out characters from old pulp fiction book covers and positioning them into action scenes.
This wonderful art was inspired by the classic pop-up books. To see more work by the artist, you can purchase Thomas Allen’s Uncovered book at Amazon or visit Foley Gallery for more photographs.