Eiko Ojala carries a complex name and a simple artistic style. With skills running the gamut from paper collage to art direction, the Estonia-based artist manages to keep his work quite tight. Clean lines, basic colors, and a clearly brilliant way of looking at things.
Artist Chris Maynard must be the owner of the deftest, tiniest hands. That’s the only way one can picture someone taking the standard eye surgery scissors, forceps, and scalpels, and cutting out full forms and settings out of something as small and delicate as a feather.
As artist Marc Fichou previous works, his intention here is to create a piece where the image cannot be separated from its referent, thus creating a visual link between past and present. This concept naturally led him towards origami because of the reversible character of its folding process: each can be unfolded back to
Dutch artist Anne Ten Donkelaar designed these detailed flower compositions with pressed flowers and paper cutouts, creating 3D gardens as an art piece. As a young girl she was obsessed with flowers: “I was fascinated by the many colors and forms they took, “ she says. With the
Each of Anna-Wili Highfield‘s paper sculptures is magnificent on its own, although probably not as time-consuming as her previous job of creating entire scenes for Opera Australia. It was during those years that she realized her calling for
(left) Male Figure Skater British set designer Sarah Parker and photographer Micheal Bodiam collaborated on a still life shoot revealing the Diets Behind Sporting Success. The creative duo graphically re-envision Olympian nutritionist Dan Benardot‘s diets for five star athletes. Creating oversize paper settings with miniature-looking real food products, each plate represent a specific diet.