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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!
David Adey is a master of taking something from our every day lives, fashion magazines, and transforming them into these incredibly detailed works of art. With this particular piece entitled “Swarm”, there is a whirlwind of different tones of skin pulled and cut from the very pages of magazines and pinned to form a literal swarm as if nature itself is erupting from the depths. Also very appropriate, since spring has approached us in this very manner. One can only imagine the extensive amount of hours placed in how meticulous it is. Also be sure to check out his other immensely detailed works at www.davidadey.com.
The latest installment from the talented duo Zim and Zou, is the cover for Icon Magazine’s Issue 104: The Future of Food. The issue itself is about what food will be like in the future with their reflection being on 3D food printer technology. They have even supplied an animated gif! Stack it up, stack it up!
FOMA is a Brazilian based Design Studio and Art Collective located in São Paulo. Formed by Davison Carvalho, Cristiane Higa and Gustavo Enzo, FOMA is specialized in Creative and Art Direction for brands and products in a wide range of production expertise from Identity to Broadcast Animation. Nick Carson from Computer Arts Projects UK challenged them in creating a design representing how their Dream Studio should look like, and they decided to make a mix of digital illustration incorporated with a lot of hand made paper crafted work.