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Rotterdam-based Sicilian artist Giuseppe Licari presents a network of tree roots hanging from the ceiling like foreign, organic chandeliers. His site-specific installation titled 'humus' - which refers to the soil layer that is essential for the growth of

artist Yuko Takada Keller: made of small, triangular, hand-colored pieces of tracing paper.

Gorgeous installations, by Denmark-based Japanese artist Yuko Takada Keller. She created this such beautiful, airy installations using small, triangular, hand-colored pieces of tracing paper.

40 Surreally Suspended Installations - These Flying Object Art Installations Seem to Defy Gravity (TOPLIST)

40 Surreally Suspended Installations

mia pearlman paper art installation - New York-based artist Mia Pearlman has created an amazing art installation made entirely out of paper. The theme of her art is based on weather, .

Turkish artist Sakir Gökcebag - installations out of rolls of toilet paper

Les incroyables installations de Sakir Gökcebag

Turkish artist Sakir Gökcebag - making installations out of rolls of toilet paper - bravo!: Turkish artist Sakir Gökcebag - making installations out of rolls of toilet paper - bravo!

I so badly want American artist Kirsten Hassenfeld to hang one of these gorgeous installations from my ceiling! Delicate, light-infused, paper-based mixed media jewels… yes please.

Now these are the kind of jewels that I hope to get on Valentine’s Day! ♥ I so badly want American artist Kirsten Hassenfeld to hang one of these gorgeous installations from my ceiling! Delicate, light-infused, paper-based mixed media jewels… yes please.

Angela Glajcar: Paper Space

Angela Glajcar: Paper Space

A virtual tour of the Museum of Art and Design's newest exhibition, dedicated to all the surprising ways artists are using paper today.

Everything but the Paper Cut: Eye-popping Ways Artists Use Paper

Today on Design*Sponge I was reading some back-posts and came across information on an upcoming exhibit at the Museum of Arts and Design, Slash: Paper Under The Knife featuring Andreas Kocks.

YUKO TAKADA KELLER, PRISMATIC 1989: tracing paper installation.

Japanese artist Yuko Takada Keller dainty artwork is a definitely head turner. Yuko uses tracing paper for her work, the reason she says, “it creates a sense of transparency and etherealness”. They certainly are ethereal.

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