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Interview with Cut Paper Artist Eugenia Zoloto

Interview with Cut Paper Artist Eugenia Zoloto

I implore you to step into a magical world filled with personified characters, dreamlike states, and ornate nature inspired cut paper illustrations created by talented Ukrainian artist Eugenia Zoloto. Her works contain an enchanting beauty about them, allowing you to be lost in their ornate yet delicate landscapes, detailed layered reliefs and winding patterned vines and flowers. Amazing to see such incredible talent from an artist who has only just began only a few years ago, so please enjoy our interview with her!

Abstract Contemporary Collage Reliefs Constructed from Found Cardboard

Abstract Contemporary Collage Reliefs Constructed from Found Cardboard by Ryan Sarah Murphy

New York based artist Ryan Sarah Murphy creates abstract, sculptural collages using found and collected cardboard and book covers, which are then recycled and transformed into contemporary works of art. Though these abstract paper reliefs appear to be painted, however they are completely altered as is. Ryan Sarah's artistic practice generates from a wholly intuitive place, prompted by the materials that come and go freely within her day-to-day experience. As a compulsively overlooked throw-away, the artist is rather interested in the way the simple, abundant and inherently impermanent materials can be structured into quiet surfaces that convey both formation and dilapidation simultaneously. Her work is currently on display at the Odetta Gallery in London through December 18th, 2016, in a series entitled Bauhaus babies, alongside Richard Bottwin and Sylvia Schwartz. The exhibition, curated by artist Ellen Hackl Fagan, aims to focus on the special interest given to contemporary painting, glyphs, music, Color Field, Buddha Mind, Minimalism, playfulness and encyclopedic obsessiveness.

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Barcelona’s Architectural Landmarks Crafted in Pink Paper

Barcelona's Architectural Landmarks Crafted in Pink Paper - Freixenet

French Studio Zim and Zou have created a colorful campaign for Spanish sparkling wine brand Freixenet, using paper varying shades of pink to create a backdrop of the city of Barcelona. Each building is meticulously crafted to fit into this architectural landscape lined with landmarks from the Catalan capital — including Gaudi’s Sagrada Família, Casa Mila, Parc de la Ciutadella, and buildings in Park Güell. All made by hand, these buildings have been carefully cut, glued and assembled into miniature renditions of the well-known cityscape.

Interview with Domitilla Biondi, Carved Paper Poetry Artist

Interview with Domitilla Biondi, Carved Paper Poetry Artist - Nothing Matters

Having a passion for the refined detailing of paper carving, Italian artist Domitilla Biondi creates these delicate and uniquely beautiful pieces inspired by the serenity and spiritual awareness she has come to know over the past year. They each possess their own story, their poetic tale carved into ivory paper, only leaving reliefs of the shadows cast by the lights interaction from where blade once was. Without further adieu, please enjoy this lovely look into the background of Domitilla Biondi.

Minimal Carved and Layered Paper Reliefs by Irfan Hendrian

Minimal Carved and Layered Paper Reliefs by Irfan Hendrian Logical Aesthetic

A visual artist and graphic designer born in Ohio and now currently working in Bandung, Indonesia, Irfan Hendrian specializes in paper cutting, paper construction, print production and photography. His works have been widely exhibited in his home and abroad and he has worked for bands, art organizations, and the like to create clear visual communication. His works combine the use of pressed layers of paper and glue where some are carved and collaged along with silk and fabric. In these series, 'Logical Aesthetic' and 'Record of the Past and Present', some are minimal and others very complex. After layering paper with glue, he then dissects and exposes the paper to see how the fiber reacts and expresses itself naturally within the overall composition. A feeling that he describes as great, the ablity to lose control in how to compose and manifest paper.

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Interview with Relief Paper Cut Artist Jacky Cheng

Interview-with-Relief-Paper-Cut-Artist-Jacky-Cheng-Chrysanthemum

It has been a while since we have done an interview and it is with great pleasure that I share this interview as well as incredible works of Australian based relief paper cut artist Jacky Cheng. Her works are absolutely stunning and mesmerizing. Each layer, precisely cut and stacked upon each other, revealing beautifully unique spiraling mandalas and flower-like sculptures inspired from topography in nature.

3D Relief Cityscape Paper Sculptures

3D Relief Cityscape Paper Sculptures

Christina Lihan, who was formally trained as an architect, has created these astoundingly detailed architectural reliefs by intricately hand cutting paper. Her works are mostely sculptural, three-dimensional reliefs of skyscrapers, cityscapes, historic buildings, and European and American landmarks. Throughout her process she carves, cuts, scores, bends and folds watercolor paper by hand to form facades that come alive with shadows, texture, light and details.

Form In White: Relief Paper Sculptures by Bianca Chang

Bianca Chang - Form in white (Double prism), 2012 PaperBianca Chang - Form in white (Double prism), 2012 Paper

Beautiful minimalistic and geometric relief paper sculptures by Australian artist Bianca Chang.

Paper Reliefs by Yuko Nishimura

Paper Reliefs by Yuko Nishimura

"Only by folding one piece of paper an expressive masterpiece can be created. This is the Japanese way of folding.In order to link the past with future generations regarding the form of folding, I do not limit myself to the category of origami but consider the pursuit of any possibility of folding paper." -- Yuko Nishimura

Relief Paper Cuts by Laura Kasalo

Relief Paper Cuts by Laura Kasalo

Laura Kasalo is a Columbian industrial designer that has been experimenting with different paper techniques to make a geometrical and volumetric shapes which she calls "subtraction". It is her first time experimenting with paper, but she will be pursing more in her brand entitled "kasalo", where I think she has done a lovely job, which encompasses surface design.