Matt Shlian is a paper engineering artist who can produce these incredible forms from everyday materials found anywhere. He is the one who creates stunning geometric designs built with tessellations to make strategic and precise foldings.
Hari & Deepti are Denver, Colorado-based creative couple artists who presented stunning hand cut paper works as part of this year’s SCOPE NY art show by Black Book Gallery. Each of them brings to the table different skill sets.
Sipho Mabona is a professional origami artist who has successfully created a huge, life-sized elephant only with one sheet of paper. He’s done it pretty well. Actually Mabona didn’t work alone. And it took 4 weeks for him and his team consisting over a dozen people to complete his humongous origami elephant.
Jacob Hashimoto is a paper artist who came up with his series of Gas Giant where he combines painting and traditional kite making technique into sculptural environment. This may be the closest you’ll ever come to stepping inside a painting.
Peter Gentenaar is a Netherland-based sculptor who is actively developing his delicate organic sculptures which will move around overhead. He makes his sculptures from pieces of paper. He would then suspend those large scale paper pieces from the ceiling to make surreal abstract bursts of colorful clouds.
Pippa Dyrlaga is the Yorkshire-based artist behind this exquisite paper art. Looking at her piece, her cutting is beyond the other paper artists. She could transform simple sheets of paper into extraordinarily delicate and exceptionally elaborate works of art using nothing but a pencil and a scalpel. Check out her piece here.
Rogan Brown’s sculpture called Outbreak is really of the microbiological beauty. And this particular hand cut piece was completed in an unbelievable result which took him more than four months.
Much of the 20th Century art presented in Vietnam fine art scene is concerned with folk narratives of a nation in defence, as a draws on themes of martyrdom, patriotism, military strategy and overcoming enemy incursion.
90 it’s really remarkable moment for most young artist today, when analog entity meet up with digital technology, so there is an intense. Manual craftmanship still needed and mostly people really miss it, but if we want done and sharp result, we need technology to make it perfect. So many artist get interested to technology […]
Carle was born in Syracuse, New York, in 1929, but moved to Germany with his parents, he moved when he was 6 years old.