Discover the intricate sculptures made by Jeff Nishinaka, Los-Angeles based artist. His monochromatic models are paper sculptures of animals, fantastic creatures such as dragons, or very detailed urban sceneries. find out more in the gallery.
For this best-of, we have gathered the most beautiful collages creations of the last years. With threads and needles, with paper and glue, with retouch softwares and also old photographs and surrealistic visuals ; the imagination of these artists is infinite. Our selection is to discover in the gallery.
Spanish artist Alberto Bustos drew his inspiration from vegetal forms to create his sculptures in porcelain which mimic sprouting blades of grass, coming from the ground. From far, the ceramics look like paper, a flexible material that can curl and fold easily. Alberto will be part of an exhibition in Mas De Les Gralles, among 40 other international artists, starting on 13th June.
For the release of her single “Pluto”, Australian singer Grace Sewell called on Christopher Doyle and co to design this stunning sleeve. On a white-grey background, an arm which skin is ripped like paper or broken like porcelain and let appear flowers and plants from inside. A styling by Jo at Janai Anselmi.
Hoang Tien Quyet, member of the Vietnam Origami Group, makes origamis since his childhood. Thanks to his encounters in the the Group, he learned the “wet folding” : a technique of folding with wet paper that adds a majestic dimension to the foxes, birds, lions, sheep and fish he imagines.
Kirigami paper artist Marc Hagan-Guirey, recreated, in his “Cut Scenes” collection, some famous Star Wars movies scenes in the forme of mini and 3D paper sculptures. Colored and monochromatic lighting of his work reflects its meticulousness and complexity. Through a successful crowdfunding campaign, an exhibition is scheduled this summer. An original way to rediscover these classics.
Australian designer Craig Sutton imagined the packaging and a brochure of the famous retro video game “Pacman”. Like a board game, we can see pieces representing Pacman and the different ghosts. He reproduced the game by adding his own touch and a few differences, by keeping the “Pacman” style.
British artist Steve Messam built an amazing red bridge made of 20 000 paper sheets. This bridge is in a good balance thanks to 4 tons of stones fixed at the extremities, above a rural lake of the National Park of Cumbria, in England. This project is in the continuity of his project “Lakes Ignite” through he explores the possibilities of creations around lakes.
Young Austrian graphic designer and art director Maximilian Mauracher imagined what would be a MacBook and the Internet in a magazine version. Through 70 pages of screenshots, we can see the collection “Cutter the Internet” by fashion designer Eva Zar, based in Vienna. This work mixes smartly two areas a priori opposite : the print and the digital.
Moleskine commissioned the director Rogier Wieland for their limited edition collection of notebooks “Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland”. He staged a real bunny in the middle of handmade paper decors that retake the fantasy world of Lewis Carroll’s famous fairytale : the tea scene, the changing sizes of the animal, the roses-ladies and Mad Hatter’s hat.