They are little paper box, in the shape of various famous characters from movies, video games, comics, cartoons etc that hide inside them precious feelings, all handmade and handcut, made from recycled paper! It's another way to share your feelings instead...
Psiphon's new poster series raises awareness on internet censorship around the world. Their VPN service helps people from all over the world regain access to their favorite sites.
Back in 2012, while cutting through a familiar alley in Seattle, I noticed a box of hardback novels sat beside a dumpster. I took one look at them and thought, "Why are these being thrown away? I can use them for...
Colorado-based artist Evan Lorenzen just released a new book, but it's not your average book – it's no larger than one inch tall and features drawings smaller than your thumbnail. “Life's Lil Pleasures,” his latest micro-book, features illustrations of all the...
I’m a Portuguese Junior Graphic Designer and I like to cut paper and make sculptures.
My main inspiration is the human behavior, often, to me, incomprehensible.
I like to make sculptures with a concept that reflects my way to see the world, to...
We are Carolina and Juan, and together we launched Guardabosques ('forest ranger' in Spanish) - an illustration and design studio based in Buenos Aires. Nature was a theme we both loved when we started this. Juan studies natural sciences and the...
The new Paperwolf Project is an easy-to-do papercraft kit with three bear designs to make little cute bears (around 10-centimeter-tall each).
Inspired by the classic animal trophies, I set out to find a timeless design you'd love to look at every day. The complex yet simple polygon structure reflects the modern design-approach. The Papertrophy animals feature a minimalistic cubic design.
I create portraits of celebrities and people by choosing bits of color, text and different textures from various magazines. I like this type of paper art very much, because I am always surprised at how the portrait results. The building-up process...
New York-based artist Maude White is back with some new meticulously crafted paper illustrations. Believe it or not, but these awe-inspiring paper cuttings are made entirely by hand, using only a craft knife.