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Having been peppered throughout the site quite frequently featuring a wide range of projects from installations, to works with Hermés and even paper cut illustrations, Andy Singleton is no stranger to our site! With such a wide background and range in the development in his craft, I am more than pleased to share our interview with him as well as the lovely videos that accompany a couple of the pieces.
Here is a new work of the London cityscape from talented paper artist Andy Singleton.
Andy Singleton has been featured on Strictlypaper a couple of times now it is due to his superb mastery in paper crafting. While working with stylist Nikki Docker, he was commissioned to create a series of installations at Hermés based on the theme of travel and adventure. He created three paper chickens, 3 small 30cm boats and one large scale, partial boat, approximately one meter long that appears to be riding on paper waves. Lovely job!
Here is a preview of the birds that will be displayed by paper artist Andy Singleton, who had been commissioned to create a hand-crafted paper installation for the recent opening of The Liberty Stationery Room on March 10th, which includes a three-metre long window installation and two framed wall pieces. They unveiled a whimsical and romantic set of three woodland scenes called ‘They loved What They Found’. The three pieces are based around the idea of nesting birds. Stay tuned for more information and pictures regarding the installation.
Andy Singleton is a talented paper artist and illustrator based out of Wakefield, England. He was recently commissioned by the Oriel Mostyn Gallery in Wales to create a paper Christmas Window installation of lovely icy caverns. The caverns were created entirely from paper, constructing 3D icicle sculptures and combining them with 2D flowing paper cuts and icicles. If you happen to be in Wales you will be able to see the installation up until January 6th. You can see more of his amazing work at www.andysingleton.co.uk Continue reading