Here we have composed most creative paper-cut illustration Artwork to inspire you and let you see what other artists are doing with paper all around the world. Paper art can be traced back to Japan, where it originated over a thousand years ago. Now these days from complex paper cutting to book carving, this is an ever expanding area of design and it is expanding day by day. These intricate paper designs grace museums and exauhibitions throughout the world and is becoming yet another exciting medium of expression for many designers.
Fung Chin Pang ) aka cellar-fcp is a popular 32-year-old comic artist and illustrator based in Hong Kong, China. In the past, he worked on the illustrations for the PC game called Soul Origin (Valhalla Entertainment) and the Confidential Assassination Troop series.
The realization of Isay Weinfeld’s Casa Cubo is the mutual vision of the Brazilian architect and the home owners; two contemporary art collectors. Conceived from the belief that art should be shared, Casa Cubo is a lodging and support center to artists and the development of the arts, but with all necessary facilities to serve as a home.
The ultimate highlight of the space is the unexpected employment of art pieces scattered throughout the interiors. Artist Antony Gormley’s headless human-like sculptures carved from lead and fiberglass are secured into the ceiling, dangling by their necks. Custom furnishings, hand-stitched quilts, and bespoke railings all act as individual and unique art pieces within the gallery.
California artist and mother Queenie Liao has always found inspiration in her surroundings. With the birth of her first son, Wengenn, she turned even more inward for her art. Rather than go out into the world to explore her photography, she began to explore her own dreams and fairytales and then created imaginative and gorgeous dreamscapes for her slumbering son.
Jee Young Lee creates highly elaborate scenes that require an incredible amount of patience and absolutely no photo manipulation. For weeks and sometimes months, the young Korean artist works in the confines of her small 360 x 410 x 240 cm studio bringing to life worlds that defy all logic. In the middle of the sets you can always find the artist herself, as these are self-portraits but of the unconventional kind. Inspired by either her personal life or old Korean fables, they each have their own backstory, which of course, only adds to the intense drama.
Kaleidoscopic is a visually captivating series that alters everyday space with unexpected layers of reality. Brussels-based artist Maria Baoli uses a basic, mirrored triangle to introduce fragments of a person into common areas like a tiled bathroom or a wall covered with ivy. By simply intervening with the otherwise boring spaces, she generates intriguing effects that viewers will inspect and analyze until they identify some sort of connection between the two separate ideas.
The Festival of Lights in Lyon, France (or Fête des Lumières) kicked off on December 6th bringing with it dazzling light displays by artists from around the world. “Every year we ask the artists to propose their concepts based on locations,” explained Jean-François Zurawik, General coordinator of the festival to Euronews. “We ask them to use the city as a huge backdrop, and to make proposals for parks, buildings, theaters, town hall, etc,” he said. By the end of it, between three and four million visitors are expected to have walked around the French city to see the highly impressive light installations, which this year include 80 works by 120 designers.
Peter Aurisch is a tattoo artist living in Berlin, Germany, whose feature is attracting attention on the web. Illustrator full hand, the artist creates in the skin of some people more daring designs with a touch surreal. Crowded, the artist has …
Stephanie Laberis is an artist / illustrator based in El Cerrito, CA. Her background is in games but she has been pursuing her dream of working in feature animation during her free time. She is currently designing for a range of media, including TV animation, video games and recently got back to her roots in toy design. List of her clients includes Hasbro, Sony, Microsoft, PBS Kids, American Greetings and various iOS startups in the Bay Area. Enjoy the collection!
The work of Georges Rousse, a French artist who has been creating his painted perspective installations in abandoned and soon-to-be demolished buildings since the 1980′s.Finding influence from Land Art as well as specific works like Suprametist painter Kazimir Malevich’s Black Square, Rousse pre-dates the modern trends of illusionistic installation, having perfected his trademark geometric style and his fondness for desolate locations decades ago. Upon selecting a site, Rousse goes about creating a unique angular perspective, that when photographed, compels the viewer to re-analyze their own surroundings, possibilities, transformations, and ultimately, Space.
For the December 2013 Art Issue, W Magazine quite unexpectedly put George Clooney on the cover, with art direction by Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama. Clooney talks about his upcoming filmThe Monuments Men in the issue, playing the “the leader of a special platoon of museum directors, curators, and art historians who join forces to rescue the art that Adolf Hitler stole during World War II.”
Polish artist Monika Grzymala will fill a London gallery with lengths of black and white sticky tape at an exhibition that opens in October.Grzymala applies adhesive tape directly to gallery walls to create three-dimensional drawings that can both wrap around corners and project outwards.