Here’s a version of Van Gogh’s Starry Night created using thousands of curled up strips of paper. Susan Myers used a process called paper quilling to painstakingly build up her version of the piece.

(Fonte: jonwithabullet, via blueburberrymuffin)

fer1972:

Red Battle by Lo Siento

(via turecepcja)

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exhibition-ism:

Estonian collage artist Eiko Ojala 

(Fonte: exhibition-ism.com )

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by eiko ojala

rcruzniemiec:

Paper Dandy Horrorgami

Haunted houses from a single piece of paper!

  • The Munsters
  • The Shining
  • The Exorcist
  • The Amityville Horror

(via evocativesynthesis)

myedol:

Cardboard Boombox by Bartek Elsner

To promote International Radio Festival in Zurich, this giant cardboard ghetto blaster is secretly hiding a Mini inside which actually acts as a battery and powers the speakers to produce sound.

Artists: | Behance | Website |

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devidsketchbook:

ARTIST THOMAS ALLEN

Book artist  Thomas Allen - new works in advance of his forthcoming show at  Foley Gallery in New York opening September 9th, 2012. 

(Twelve of these will adorn the walls and mark the opening of FOLEY’s new location at 97 Allen Street, New York, NY 10002.)

[Via thisiscolossal]

devidsketchbook:

MONEY FOLDER

Won Park is the master of Origami. He is also called the “money folder”, a practitioner of origami whose canvas is the United States One Dollar Bill. Bending, twisting, and folding, Won Park creates life-like shapes inspired by objects living and not– both in stunning detail.

Origami is the traditional Japanese art of paper folding. The goal of this art is to create a representation of an object using geometric folds and crease patterns preferably without the use of gluing or cutting the paper, and using only one piece of paper.

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myedol:

Paper City by Kiel Johnson

Part of Kiel Johnson’s “Everyone’s An Architect” installation at TEDActive this year. The project continues to grow throughout the time it’s displayed as collaborators stop by to add their personal touch to this paper metropolis. The cities lights are powered by human foot traffic as visitors jump on pressure pads located around the city.

Artists: | Website | [via: The Fox Is Black]

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