Paper artist Lee Ji-hee knows a thing or two about creating entire scenes out of nothing more than two dimensional sheets. We're fans of their latest project, an entire farmers market collection made of paper.
We've seen a lot of beautiful examples of paper quilling recently, and this is no exception. These extravagant, colorful flowers radiate life, even though they're simply made from paper.
A series takes that takes cut paper art to the next level, where each layer of the paper is slightly different, taking us on a time-based journey of that particular subject matter.
We love these super-colorful, intricate laser-cut paper creations by UAE-based artist Julia Ibbini. Inspired by Islamic geometry patterns, her carefully constructed work is layered onto vibrant paper that help the shapes and patterns pop.
Using intricate folded and quilled paper, combined with a great lettering and graphic design sense, Alia Bright has created compelling and fun work.
Paper art comes in all forms and styles, as flexible as your imagination is. Estonian artist Eiko Ojala helps to push the medium further, thanks to his dynamic, intricate, and impactful cut paper artwork.
The Paper Artists Collective is a group that explores the possibilities of paper as an art form, and their latest project takes on the alphabet, with each artist responsible for a different letter.
Using many layers of intricately cut colored paper, artist Daniel A du Preez creates beautiful depth in his framed pieces.
Philippine-based designer John Ed De Vera has a great series of layered, cut-paper art that explores concepts of space travel, music, art, and creativity. The rich colors and fun characters are expertly shaped and cut, bringing depth and shadow into the work.
Artist Elsa Mora explores the human brain, creating paper forms that resemble the two cortexes, using beautifully intricate folds and cuts.
Check out this collection of intricate and bold animal sculptures made of folded paper from artist Tayfun Tinmaz.
Estonian artist Eiko Ojala has an amazing talent for paper cut art, and there are some very clever and refined things at work for this campaign for Intel.
Good scissors, lots of time, and a real eye for colors. That’s my summation of French artist Maud Vantours.
Colossal: Japanese paper engineer Kota Hiratsuka has been creating beautifully complex origami mosaics that rely on cut and folded geometric patterns. He plans to sell the various templates as downloadable PDFs through his website …though not just yet, so stay tuned. See many more …