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England-based artist Alexander Korzer-Robinson has carved these antiquarian books into unique sculptures and has brought to life the narrative scenarios that lie within them. We have seen several types of book carving throughout our site, varying from landscapes or even portraits. Alexander’s pieces reflect the original context of these books, each illustration within in their original position as a way to convey their meanings through each layer.
Banksy has a new piece that just popped up yesterday in the UK featuring an origami crane with a goldfish dangling from its mouth as if it was caught from the neighboring canal. Photos by the lonely villein
Our next interviewee comes from Bournemouth, UK where she specializes in bringing to life the portraits of her paper sculptures. Her truly unique style reminds me of marionettes putting on a show or conveying a certain emotion in how they are captured through her work. A lot of her work represented here showcases that of familiar fairy tales we all grew up with, although her work has a very broad range. I present to you paper sculptor Sher Christopher, I hope that you enjoy her work and interview as much as we have.
“I tend to find items then investigate a way in which they can be reused and transformed; giving new life to things that would otherwise go unloved or be thrown away.” – Jennifer Collier
Jennifer Collier is from Stafford, UK where she transforms our everyday interpretation of household items into lovely works of art from repurposed paper materials. She works with various types of paper which include maps, postcards, news clippings and the like and then by bonding, waxing, trapping and stitching she produces unusual paper ‘fabrics’, which are used to explore the ‘remaking’ of household objects.
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.
Kelly Angood is an England based set designer and maker of both props and functional objects who has replicated a Pinhole Hasselblad based on her desire to own one herself. Only utilizing the internet and books as her point of reference, she has produced the Hasselblad on screen-printed corrugated cardboard and made it into a fully functioning replica that accepts 120 film.
There seem to be several Christmas window displays that are incorporating paper this year, one of which has been created by artist and designer Richard Sweeney. Richard Sweeney is based in Wakefield, England and has created this remarkable paper sculpture entitled The Angel for the La Rinascente Christmas 2010 window display which can be seen at the Piazza Del Duomo in Milan.
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