I love making 3D statues using only paper. The technique is called quilling. Being very fond of Indian culture, designs and eye-catching colours, I have made Lord Krishna and Lord Ganesha (Hindu religion Gods) out of paper.
It's hard to imagine that these wonderful masterpieces of paper art were created just from single sheets of paper without using glue or scissors. I really love origami art so I invite you to share your own pieces and vote for...
Flickr user craigfoldsfives can do amazing things with a dollar bill or two. He creatively incorporates the patterns and motifs on the bank notes into his designs, imbuing each of his models with character and personality.
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Using toothpicks, tweezers, and a lot of patience, it's possible to fold a piece of paper into stunning models at a really tiny scale. Here are some of the best small scale models that Flickr has to offer.
Japanese artist Mou Hitotsu no Kenkyujo has reinvented the humble flip book by using negative space and jawdroppingly well-animated art. The expert use of negative space and secret cutout compartments pack these flip books with whimsical surprises.
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Here's a new way to admire great works of literature as beautiful, multi-dimensional layered sculptures carved out from the actual books. These spirited works are created by Tomoko Takeda, a Japanese artist-designer who takes her cutting tools to tomes and sculpts...
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Wolfram Kampffmeyer, a talented artist based in Germany, creates beautiful geometric paper animal sculptures in elegant pastel colors that look like computer models that have come to life.
My name is Martin Hunt, and for the past 10 years I have been designing and folding detailed origami versions of iconic vehicles from the Star Wars films. Each model is folded from a single square of paper with no cuts...
U.K.-based designer Steve Wintercroft has a collection of bizarre geometrical paper masks for Halloween revelers that can be printed out (for a price) and assembled by you right at home. They're an inexpensive, creative and customizable solution to that all-important questions...
Ross Symons decided to fold one origami model every day for a year. He described how this obsession with origami started on Instagram's blog: "I started with the crane and I lost count of how many times I folded it. What...