Paper Cut Out Art – Using Paper To Create Sculpture Like Effect - Bored Art
31.7Kshares Facebook13 Twitter5 Pinterest31.7K StumbleUpon0 TumblrPaper in spite of its mundane and daily uses has surprisingly played a large role in the world of art whether in the form of paper quilling or Origami, the art of folding paper artistically. Paper has that indefinable quality that somehow seems to inspire people to reach out to their inner artists and make lovely things out of them. There is the simple but sensational art of making and decorating with paper lanterns that has a…
The Piece: This feather is 32" long. It was illustrated and paper-cut by hand and took many, many hours to complete. I liked the idea of the whole story of the bird's life being contained in the feather of a wing and so I included images evocative of forests, rivers, trees, gardens and sky. I drew inspiration from Mucha's beautiful botanical imagery and bordered drawings and I also wanted to create a lacy, delicate effect, within the strong, graphic shape of the feather itself. The Paper…
La pietra e la piuma, série de sculptures en papier d’Elisa Mearelli - Journal du Design
Dans sa récente série, La pietra e la piuma, l'artiste italienne Elisa Mearelli présente des oeuvres en papier tridimensionnelles qui jouent avec la lumière et l'espace de manière poétique et délicate. Composé d'un papier stratifié, délicatement découpé, chaque boîte à papier apporte une dimension sculptural à l'art
Delicate Animal Papercuts That I Create To Explore The Animal Form
This is an on-going series on my instagram account, that explores the animal form in delicate execution. I want to provide a contrast of soft materials to a predator. I also want to venture more on the endangered species in the future, and hopefully show how fragile some species are and how close they are to extinction.More info: Instagram
The Crisp Patterns of Pippa Dyrlaga's Paper Art | Yatzer
Obviously referencing a time when patience in creating art was a virtue and all that was needed was the artist and their medium, the intricate paper silhouettes of British artist, Pippa Dyrlaga, are both beautiful to behold as well as impressively detailed. But how exactly does she make all those minute cuts so perfectly so as to create an enchanting image with the sum of them?
Insanely detailed hand-cut illustrations on rice paper
Bovey Lee—an artist based in Pittsburgh—has the skills and the endless patience to make these amazingly detailed illustrations. She hand cuts each one on a single sheet of Chinese xuan (rice) paper using a wide array of cutting instruments. The resulting pieces are delicate and mesmerizing.