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“I make stuff out of paper and take funny photos. If I don’t take funny photos, I take broody photos. I don’t like my paper cut-out objects being called Origami. They are not. Instead of taking pictures in the real world, I like to bring my real world into the real world with verses and costumes.” — Linus Hui
Colombian designer and illustrator Diana Beltran Herrera has created these uniquely crafted paper birds.
Helen Friel is a freelance Paper Engineer and Illustrator, living and working in London. In 2009 Helen graduated from Central Saint Martin’s with a First in BA Graphic Design. Her work has been featured in Papercraft, Papercraft 2, Grafik, Design*Sponge Online and Aesthetica Magazine.
Predictions is a series of images exploring the art of hepatomancy – predicting the future by studying animal entrails – first practiced by the Babylonians over 4000 years ago. A personal project in collaboration with photographer Chris Turner. Continue reading
A beautiful and moving origami stop motion film to help stop the trade in endangered animals and promote sustainable trade in non-endangered plants and animals. Created for Traffic, the wildlife trade monitoring network, a WWF joint program. Continue reading