Calvin Nicholls: paper sculptures with amazing detail

Mel Baxter Reader Find

By Mel Baxter in New Art on Tuesday 15 January 2013

I dub thee, Paper Master! I can’t really comprehend the amount of focus and patience it must take to complete one of Calvin Nicholls’ paper sculptures. Each piece is as incredible as the next, some taking up to four years to complete.

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3D miniature pieces of Tokyo by Yumiko Matsui

Samantha Dalrymple Reader Find

By Samantha Dalrymple in New Art on Thursday 31 May 2012

We all grew up and started creating craft with simple art supplies, such as colored paper and glue. Japanese artist Yumiko Matsui plays with these simple art supplies again to re-create lovely 3D miniature pieces of Tokyo. As she states, the concept of her work could be expressed as: ‘Feel as if you are here’.

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Awesome paper sculptures by Helen Musselwhite

Gemma Robinson Reader Find

By Gemma Robinson in New Art on Saturday 19 May 2012

I recently came across Helen Musselwhite’s beautiful paper sculptures. Inspired by nature, her stunningly intricate layered designs draw you into a fairytale world of forests, flowers and hedgerows. Her framed pieces make beautiful wall art, but it’s her haunting sculptures in glass domes that really stick in my mind.

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Zim and Zou

Gerry Mak Reader Find

By Gerry Mak in New Art on Tuesday 28 February 2012

Zim and Zou are a great, French design firm that specializes in really intricate and colorful paper sculptures. Their work is really refreshing in an overly digitized industry.

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Piece of Paper by Daniel Schwarz

Daniel Schwarz Reader Find

By Daniel Schwarz in Video on Sunday 6 November 2011

Mapped and non-mapped audio-reactive projections on paper sculptures to the music of Amon Tobin. A journey through a dystopic landscape.

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