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Vibrant Botanical Cut Paper Illustrations Handcrafted for Sargs IPA Beer

Vibrant Botanical Cut Paper Illustrations Handcrafted for Sargs IPA Beer

Hula Estudio is a full service graphic design studio based in Spain. They were tasked in creating a package design that described the essence of Sargs IPA, and they did just that. Inspired by the aromas found in this fruity craft beer, they 'handcrafted' a vibrant botanical illustration incorporating the lush details of the jungle out of layered paper cutouts.

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10 Star Wars Paper Projects to Celebrate Rogue One Movie Release

10 Star Wars Paper Projects to Celebrate Rogue One Movie Release - Paper Darth Vader by Lobulo Design

You have already probably guessed that I'm a big Star Wars fan, so in lieu of the new movie "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" coming into the box office, I have decided to do a post highlighting some amazing paper craft works that I have stumbled across in the past months. Oh say for instance this Paper Darth featured above that showcases some pretty stellar quilling skills by Lobulo, showing bad old Darth in all his glory, quite literally. Also included in this post is a mixed media cardboard AT-AT Walker, a papercraft Millennium Falcon, an origami TIE Fighter, paper portraits of the Star Wars characters and so much more!

The Paper Strikes Back, Paper Craft Millennium Falcon by Oupas Design

The Paper Strikes Back, Paper Craft Millennium Falcon by Oupas Design

To all of you Star Wars fans, myself included, I love seeing all of the wonderful paper art that has been created around the classic George Lucas movie. Oupas Design, based in the heart of the city of Porto, Portugal, has done just that for the company Blip, that has a team that goes by the name “Millennium Falcon”.

The graphic design studio and team of four: Cidália, Joana, Sofia and Tobias (the cat), whose work is centered on illustration and set design, with their ultimate medium of choice being paper and cardboard and they build on a varied scaled of tiny pieces for stage and event designs, to a larger than life sized cardboard cities. Blip had a desire to transform their work station by adding a replica of the spaceship from Star Wars, but with their team color: green. Oupas ultimately made their dream come true by constructing a paper craft spaceship measuring 1,20 meter wide.

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Fresh Drinks: Tropical Paper Craft Ingredients by Rendi Studio

Fresh Drinks: Tropical Paper Craft Ingredients by Rendi Studio - Carambola + Watermelon

Franco Giovanella, a graphic designer based in Jaraguá do Sul, a small town in southern Brazil, has been working in the graphic design industry for the last 10 years, particularly in advertising agencies and other studios. Becoming tired of working towards solely the final product, Franco opted to start enjoying it and adding a dash of fun, hence the birth of Rendi Studio, an agency focusing primarily in tactile design. This collection of delicious looking drinks all have their colorful ingredients crafted out of paper and who doesn't love a little bit of paper food, I know I do! Similar to Nearly Normal's paper fruit calendar, these polygonal fruits burst to life!

10 Wonderfully Crafted Paper Skulls Just in Time for Halloween

10 Wonderfully Crafted Paper Skulls Just in Time for Halloween - Wintercroft

As we ride through this wonderful Halloween weekend filled with costumes, ghosts, witches and beyond amazing makeup, I have decided to share with you a creative round up of some pretty incredible paper skulls seen throughout the years as well as on Instagram. These skulls are all truly unique in their own ways, whether carved out of a book, made of money, or printed for your own personalized wear, like the one above by Steve Wintercroft. So sit back and enjoy this selection of 10 wonderfully crafted paper skulls just in time for Halloween!