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A flock of colorful origami butterflies flutter overhead in this installation, entitled Dream Colourfully, by Dream Interiors and Elixr. This collaborative piece was created for Saturday In Design, an annual event for the design community that alternates each year between Sydney and Melbourne. Each delicate origami butterfly is formed from translucent paper, which allows light to pass through from every angle.
From March 8th to the 24th in the Western part of Australia, Cottesloe Beach will have a long stretch of the beach transformed into a sculpture park called Sculpture by the Sea. Among them is an installation of exactly 1,697 handmade paper boats. These boats were not just hand folded, but also dipped in paraffin wax, which helps give their rich blue coloring.
Benja Harney, Australian based paper artist, has a new series of exploration in paper surrounding Platonic Solids. His latest exhibition encompassed making these forms with the use of paper only and NO GLUE! Each miniature paper crafted object interlocks into one another creating stunning patterns. Be sure to check out our interview with Benja as well, he is quite a talented individual if I do say so myself.
There are few and far in between that can astound the paper world to the degree of paper engineer Benja Harney. With a background graphic design, he expanded upon the next level of exploration of paper where he refined his skills and mastered a medium that at the time seemed very obsolete and slightly unnoticed.
He without a doubt has become one of my favorite artists of his time working in everything from editorial, fashion, and even pop-up books where he constantly challenges himself, yet remains completely humble. Reading his interview with us has been truly inspiring! I have also included below another interview which touched my heart as a designer and continues to reaffirm perseverance of ones dreams. I present to you Sydney-based paper artist Benja Harney.
I know it has been a few weeks since our last interview, but fear not this one in particular is worth the wait! Being a paper lover as well as blogger it is hard in some means to locate the absolute perfect sources for finding new artists working in the medium of paper and keeping up for that matter.
This quarterly magazine that we are featuring today provides everything from showcases of party planning to the latest and greatest paper artists and everything in between. They produce captivating stories that keep the reader intrigued with the latest events, showcases of new artists and trinkets for practically any viewers taste. Without further adieu I am happy to share the Australia-based quarterly magazine Paper Runway! Be sure to check out their latest issue (featured above) and be sure to sign up for the 5th issue!
“The VCE Season of Excellence, by the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA), is a series of events and exhibitions celebrating a selection of A+ grade work produced by VCE students in an array of creative fields.” – A Friend of Mine
A Friend of Mine is a design studio based out of Melbourne, Australia where they strive to create each project they take on with creatively crafted passion. They have made this remarkable graphic campaign around the concept of ‘process’ for the umbrella event and 5 sub events which involves the technique of layering paper. The identity itself was translated in both a 3 dimensional and 2 dimensional environment alongside more traditional print applications. They chose to make a series of multi dimensional hand-cut dioramas were created for each field, depicting the depth of talent and process behind each event.
Shelby Craig is a designer working on several different platforms ranging from photographer to digital and also a traditional means. He currently works for McCann based out of Sydney where they created a campaign for Mastercard Priceless Music where they wanted to represent them in such a way that would appeal to a newer generation.
An short opening for Australia’s MTV Hits created by Sven Müller with lighting and construction by Axel Schulten.