Posts Tagged ‘paper’
Considering how captivating these photos are, I really wish I could see this installation in person. Chris Natrop is a Los Angeles-based artist that makes 3-dimensional sculptural artwork from mostly paper and an exacto knife. In this particular installation, Natrop transforms the gallery space to evoke nature and landscape with cut paper and projected lights and shadows.
The talented Miss Franz at it again. Nice job!
Andrea Russo takes paper folding to a whole new level. I’d say he’s a modern origami sensei, who can just about sculpt with paper. Just look at this lamp he created, entitled, Apiarium. He doesn’t seem to have a web site, but his Flickr site is full of goodies.
Montreal-based design studio, Paprika, put their sustainable thinking caps on and have repurposed paper remains into original, beautifully designed all purpose paper for gift wrapping, framing or just to admire. They run $60 dollars for 16 double-sided sheets. A bit pricey in my opinion, but I’m sure worth it. And while you’re lurking on their web site, be sure to check out their other design work, its all quite excellent.
Happy Friday to all! And to make your Friday that much happier, I bring goodies. Jean Jullien goodies. A French designer who is currently in his third year at Central Saint Martins, Jullien is a very talented lad. Above is a poster installation at the Manystuff exhibition Reflet, held in Toulouse. It mixes various print techniques, cut paper and ink on wall and paper. Nice job!