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Top 20 Best Paper Art Works Of 2013

20 Best Paper Art Works Of 2013

Today on this New Year's Eve I would like to give you the first installment of many to come, the 20 Best Paper Art Works of 2013. What a wonderful way to bring in the New Year than by reflecting on some of the astounding projects that I have had the pleasure of featuring on Strictlypaper. Below are the most appreciated posts of 2013 in such categories as Animation, Fashion, Product Design, Installations, Quilled Art, Book Art, Cardboard Works, and last but definitely not least Origami.

Interview with Paper Sculptor Gail Armstrong

Interview with Paper Sculptor Gail Armstrong

Happy Wednesday everyone! I'm happy to share our next interviewee from the UK who is an award-winning illustrator in the realm of paper sculpture, where she utilizes her talents to manifest exquisite solutions over a wide array of brands and clientele.

She has had many accolades including the 2010 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade poster (featured above) and the Kleenex "Feelings" campaign, which alone won up to six awards including the The Big Won 2010, where she won 1st place as Top 10 Press Campaigns in the World. All that being said I am pleased to introduce Gail Armstrong, I hope you enjoy the interview as much as we did!

Interview with Paper Artist Johan Scherft

Interview with Johan Scherft

Hello paper lovers! We have been wanting to do this for quite some time now and what better way to ring in the new year than with some of the resolutions that you had for yourself?! One of those resolutions is to start interviewing our beloved artists so you, our viewers, can have a more in depth look into the artists lives that we know -- and don't know -- to see what makes them tick and other various questions that may pique our interest.

The artist that is being featured for our very first interview on Strictlypaper hails from the Netherlands and honestly no words, or at least my words, can describe his incredible talents as a painter and paper crafter. He meticulously paints these realistic and life sized animals and upon completing the craft they look as though they would fit seamlessly into nature. Without further adieu I present Johan Scherft. Click through to check out the interview.