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Tag Archives: Paper
Inspiration for ‘Urban Camper’ lighting objects was drawn from the symbolism associated with lanterns in the cultural of east and west, and how each has found a place in the heart of the other. On a broader level, they attempt … Continue reading
Beautiful animation made with ripped up football magazines and newspapers …by Richard Swarbrick LINK! VIA
Peter Callesen makes artworks from A4 papercuts by cutting out the shape and than folding the paper in the right form. It results in some pretty cool works. LINK!
Made by French studio Zim and Zou. LINK!
Another intriguing part of our trip to Detroit came via a presentation from artist/incurable romantic Jonathan Brand. To pay for an engagement ring, he was forced to sell a 1969 Ford Mustang he had spent years restoring, but even marital … Continue reading
Books of Art by Isaac Salazar: LINK