Nermin Er is an Istanbul-based artist who cut the paper and makes stunning paper craft pieces. With lights and shades, her artworks create a fantastic and playful atmosphere, between precision and imaginary, reminding the magic of shadow shows. To discover.
She already has impressed us with her paper birds‘ sculptures and it seems like Colombian artist Diana Beltran Herrera isn’t done to surprise us. She has just completed the project “Bird Stamps from all around the world”, gathering stamps which show birds from Brazil, Colombia and Portugal, the whole in relief.
For the opening of a blog named “Veg of the Day”, illustrator and designer Polly Lindsay has already started to cook a first batch of paper vegetables : an avocado, a red onion and a red pepper. She gives a precise work where we can easily admire the different reliefs and layers of her artworks.
Focus the amazing clip of Tahiti Boy & The Palmtree Family for his song “Low Life”, from his album “Songs of Vertigo” which will be released on March, 2nd 2015. Directed by Jack & Arnaud and produced by Passion Paris, we can see a man animating on photographs of fashion and tabloids’ magazines. An original and pop video, to discover in exclusivity on Fubiz.
Based in Buenos Aires, studio Guardabosques create little animal paper sculptures based in origami technique. As PaperWolf would do, the studio makes sure of faithfully adapt the real shape and patterns of animals. That’s why the renderings look realistic and very stylized at the same time. To discover.
The artist based in Seoul Ilhwa Kim cutting, coloring and rolls thousands of individual sheets of Korean mulberry paper to form three-dimensional amazing works of art. The rigid layers of paper, which she calls “seeds” are carefully arranged according to color so that, when seen from a distance, the viewer sees the emerging forms designed by the artist.
This project made by Brice Bischoff can let perplexed concerning the achievement technique. Colorful smokes, digital manipulations ? These stunning evanescent installations are indeed the result of a long exposure technique and some colorful paper sheets in movement. An impressive work to discover below.
Marcelo Daldoce is an artist who paint stunning and unusual pictures. He depicts full-size women hidden behind massive polygonal graphics and surfaces. But it’s not all, his artworks are like sculptures when he decides to fold the paper, giving beautiful reliefs matching perfectly with the drawings. To discover below.
California-based photographer Laura Plageman does not content just capturing beautiful wild landscapes images. Once the moment is photographed, she uses different techniques such as distortion, and paper collage to represent nature in its own way. An overview of her work is to be discovered in the article.
For the FIAC catalogue, Russian design studio The Bakery has designed graphic bookmarks to highlight the tactile sensations of the paper “Curious Matter” produced by Arjowiggins Creative Papers with an imagery inspired by mining and fossils. A printing on glossy paper made in England by Generation Press, to discover.