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There are many beautiful artworks made of paper that we have seen throughout this site and many others, whether monumental sculptures or unique carvings out of books. However, there is one technique I feel hasn't gotten as much love it deserves, the art of paper quilling. There are so many talented artists out there and I feel that it is absolutely necessary to share them with you all, even if this is just the beginning. The featured artists share a common goal in breaking the boundaries of traditional quilling, leaving the viewer mesmerized, with circling questions of "how did they do that?!" and "Wow, that's incredible!" I hope you enjoy this selection!Top 20 Amazing Examples of Paper Quilling seen first on Strictlypaper
The year has finally come to a close and the new year is upon us... Goodbye 2016, not gonna miss ya! I will however say that I look forward to all of the new art projects and paper artists that will pour into 2017. So let's take a look back to the 20 most popular posts from 2016, which span categories such as handcrafted paper sculptures, colorful installations, intricate origami, whimsical set designs, animations with projection mapping and so much more! Happy New Year from Strictlypaper!
We have all come to know and adore the quilled portraits from talented paper artist Yulia Brodskaya, which are absolutely stunning and immensely detailed. Brodskaya has achieved a truly unique style in her works that sets her apart from other quilling artists, making each bold piece a truly fine work of art. Her latests works incorporate a style she has developed that is almost like painting with paper. As you can see with Amethyst above and Jade and Topaz respectively below, the use of densely folded or rolled paper into color blocks, mimics the broad strokes of a paintbrush, following the curvature around the eyes and mouth as well as the finer details of their faces. Be sure to check out the video below of her process in creating Jade. All I have to say is... WOW!
The latest quilled portrait from talented paper artist Yulia Brodskaya. From her last piece Loves Doves to this piece, she has definitely changed the tone of colors to be less of a skin tone varient in terms of palette and more vibrant. This woman's face bursts with swirls of color as she smokes her pipe and seems to be a perfect blend into the start of Spring.
We saw the work of Yulia Brodskaya before with some of her earlier style of work like Christmas in Wonderland where she incorporates text as well as a scene. Now she is starting to explore a new style entirely where she makes a portrait completely from quilling like her earlier piece Babushka. This being her latest work entitled "Loves Doves" I can only expect them to become more disarming and more beautiful. To see more details of this piece you can view here.
A new work from Yulia Brodskaya that takes quilling to completely different level. Just when we think we have seen the magic of paper artwork there is something else that manifests itself. Yulia is definitely one of the most talented quilling artist I have seen to date and her work is definitely awe inspiring and I hope that you enjoy.
I must showcase the latest piece from Yulia Brodskaya, an incredibly talented Russian illustrator who we may widely know her for her innovative paper illustrations and who continues to create beautifully detailed paper designs for clients all around the world. She has recently been commissioned to create the main visual for the 2010 Christmas campaign based around the headline 'Christmas in Wonderland'. This work being one of the many amazingly refined quilled projects she has done.