Tag Archive: paper

Collapsible birdcage sculptures marry technical skill with visual simplicity

Kevin Steele is a graphic designer currently studying for a fine art masters at the Henry Radford Hope School of Fine Arts at Indiana University. He does these fascinating paper/book sculptures which are… Continue reading

Love is Making Its Way Back Home in stunning papercraft animation

The video for Josh Ritter’s single, Love Is Making Its Way Back Home, directed by Erez Horovitz consists of more than 12,000 pieces of construction paper and has absolutely zero post production. It’s fantastically… Continue reading

Olly Moss’s pop culture silhouettes – how many can you recognise?

Check out these fabulous pop culture silhouette images from the super-talented Olly Moss’s show at Gallery 1988. Sadly Gallery 1988 is in the US – Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles to be precise –… Continue reading

Origami Wall-E (with origami cockroach friend)

Brian Chan is a master of origami – his website is titled “Brian Chan: maker of anything” and I’d say that’s about right. Judge for yourself with this most excellent Wall-E model made… Continue reading

Train of Thought – a beautifully crafted animated short

In a world made entirely out of paper, the wistful drawings in a man′s sketchbook are brought to life by the rhythm of a train journey… Train of Thought is Leo Bridle and… Continue reading

Ghost sculptures

Earlier this year I saw Valérie Jolly‘s work at the Alexia Goethe Gallery – it was a collection of white tissue paper versions of objects and architectural features. They draw attention to the… Continue reading

Real life Sims breakfast!

As part of a competition designers were asked to create a curious story using the Curious Collection range of paper. There are some utterly amazing designs in the galleries but this is the… Continue reading

Amazing book art

Idly trawling the internet for pictures of octopodes is a regular thing for me. I usually start off with the search term “awesome octopus” and see where that takes me – today it… Continue reading