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Paper Craft Stop Motion Animation Advertisement for Epidemic Sound

Paper Craft Stop Motion Animation Advertisement for Epidemic Sound

We are already familiar with the talents of Todd Watts, a graphic designer and animator based in Melbourne, Australia. You may remember the series of manipulated books depicting his favorite stories, transformed imaginative works of art. As we fast forward to this year, he had been honing his paper design skills with the team at SNASK, where they were approached by music licensing company - Epidemic Sound to collaborate in creating a stop-motion, paper crafted animation. We all know music can make or break an animation, so they lead with a resounding HELL YEAH!

Paper Craft Stop Motion Animation Advertisement for Epidemic Sound seen first on on Strictlypaper

The Power of the Paperback by Todd Watts

The Power of the Paperback by Todd Watts - Charlotte's Web 'Charlotte's Web' - E. B. White

Todd Watts is a multidisciplinary communication designer from Melbourne, Australia, who developed skills across a multitude of disciplines from an early age. After having a few bouts of disconnected internet, Watts re-discovered his love for reading books, a path that led him to challenging himself in the art of papercraft by manipulating books of his favorite stories into surreal and imaginative works of art.

The Power of the Paperback by Todd Watts seen first on on Strictlypaper

Astounding Cardboard Works by Daniel Agdag

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In the past we have seen Daniel Agdag's imagination run wild with his miniature as well as grand scale works featured here on Strictlypaper, as of late he has created some even more astonishing pieces, all meticulously handcrafted out of cardboard. These works include that of a rollercoaster, ornate airships, fantastical instruments and amazing houses!

Colorful Origami Butterfly Dreamscape

Colorful Origami Butterfly Dreamscape

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.

Sets for a Film I Will Never Make: Incredible Intricate Cardboard Sculptures by Daniel Agdag

Sets for a Film I Will Never Make: Incredible Intricate Cardboard Sculptures by Daniel Agdag

Daniel Agdag is a Melbourne based artist and filmmaker who creates meticulous industrial objects out of just, believe it or not, cardboard. These complex sets are cut into manageable pieces using a surgical scalpel and assembled intuitively by hand using wood glue without any detailed plans or drawings. He describes his process as being a kin to that of drawing in three dimensions with cardboard.