This is not your everyday paper art. Russian artist Asya Kozina has been turning paper into high-art for years, and won renown for her impressive Mongolian wedding costumes. Kozina explains her motivation on Behance:
I studied cinema and audiovisuals and after that I started illustrating. But suddenly 2D wasn't enough for my illustrations so I started cutting paper and creating tiny dioramas colored with watercolors.
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Hi, I'm Raya Sader, a Lebanese/Venezuelan currently living in Barcelona and I hand cut and shape paper to bring it to life.
This is the series of paper leaves. I hand draw rough outlines of the leaves I want to create, hand...
Raya Sader Bujana
My origami journal is entering its second year. I decided to continue my 365-days project.
It has been an incredible journey and I am very excited about what is ahead! Here are some of the latest creations.
I’m a German graphic designer, living and working in Bavaria. I create paper art and tactile illustrations. These are the best types of ice cream made entirely out of paper.
I have an affinity for patterns, paper and textile. I found a way to combine all three of these loves in this new series, focusing on texture and form. Hand-cutting paper art has become my top choice of medium and...
I decided to start a different kind of diary at the beginning of this year. Every day, I fold an origami crane and using it as a blank canvas, I describe my day through colours, shadows and everything that surrounds me.
Collaboration is hot right now, but it makes me feel uneasy and tense, especially in the art studio. These cuts tip their hat to the independent, introverted artist who cringes at the words "group project" and "shared work-space".
I am a visual artist interested in paper as my primary medium. Pushing the limits of this easily accessible material is what motivates me. This latest paper carpets installation was made for Sydney Contemporary art fair 2015.
I recently discovered a new artist from Greece with a jaw-dropping collection of works. Stratis Tavlaridis is a Greek artist who constructs perforated objects out of paper. His works are inspired by everyday life, and with his eye for geometric patterns...