Here we are with our gorgeous selection of more than impressive paper sculptures, cutting and installations works of art, selected from some of the most talented artists around the World.
Every artwork is linked to the portfolio website of its own creator, make sure to visit them all, you won’t be disappointed, I can promise you that.
For those who are not yet familiar with the term of Paper Craft/Cutting/Installation and etc, here is the short description:
Paper craft is the collection of art forms employing paper or card as the primary artistic medium for the creation of three-dimensional objects. It is the most widely used material in arts and crafts. It lends itself to a wide range of techniques, as it can for instance be folded, cut, glued, molded, stitched, or layered.
Papermaking by hand is also an important paper craft. Painting and calligraphy though they are commonly applied as decoration are normally considered as separate arts or crafts.
Paper crafts are known in most societies that use paper, with certain kinds of crafts being particularly associated with specific countries or cultures. In much of the West, the term origami is used synonymously with paper folding, though the term properly only refers to the art of paper folding in Japan.
Let it Bleed by Vally Nomidou
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