“Mother Book” is a pregnancy calendar created by Japanese ad agency Dentsu Nagoya to promote pharmaceutical company Bell-Net Obstetrics. This book details week after week the evolution of the pregnancy by visuals and paper sculptures showing the mother’s belly and breast taking relief more and more as the pages pass. The campaign encourages mothers to write their personal feelings during 40 weeks and to offer the book to their child.
Japanese artist Tomoko Takeda transforms books and literature into real pieces of art, in his series “Story Fragments”. He digs, carves and layered inside the pages of literature classics : Lewis Carroll, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry or also Jules Verne. Each sculpture echoes the story or the themes told in the books, on the principle that we “make books not to read, but to enjoy looking at”.
In the context of different branding creative work and logo design, the illustrator Tom Watkins Anders has drawn on paper and by computer a series of minimalist logo depicting miniature animals. A work featuring beautiful lighting effects and a remarkable graphic style. More in the gallery.
Wirin Chaowana is an artist designer based in Bangkok. Specialized in the art of paper, she makes by hands delicate little sculptures : she transcribes a fragile and precious universe while creating complex shapes. A compilation of her amazing work is to be discovered in the following.
A lot of Japanese companies and stores offer toilet papers to their clients in order to show their appreciation. With “The Fruit Toilet Paper”, Japanese design studio Latona Marketing Inc. has imagined four packagings for toilet papers in fruits : kiwi, watermelon, strawberry and orange. An original way to distinguish yourself with clients.
Based in Australia since 2012, French artist Marine Coutroutsios got inspired by Australian birds to make mesmerizing and circular paper works imitating birds’ feathers and eyes. The process is long : the cutting is made by a scalpel and multiple layers of paper are intricate in order to line up the birds’ colors.
Using paper and his expert hands, the artist PaperWolf whose real name is Wolfram Kampffmeyer manufactures small animals with great sensitivity. As toys or taxidermy trophies, these creations are available in different colors and bring a delicate and childish touch at home. To discover in images.
In her series “Paper Food”, Charlotte Smith, a talented Paris-based designer, plays with paper, scissors and colors to make very nice paper sculptures representing different gourmet desserts : ice cream’s scoops, strawberry cakes, water ice and tea with lemon for the end of the afternoon.