Bianca Chang – Paper Sculptures

Paper artist Bianca Chang creates sculptures using a hand cut-and-fold technique. To create her intricate sculptures, the Australia-based artist layers crisp white paper together, and cuts the stack (or individual piece) in such a way that adds dynamic depth and dimension.

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Ashley Yeo – Paper Perfection

Ashley Yeo‘s work touch on the reflections of the nature of being and existing. Yeo’s recent works explore the idea of slowness and working within a construct of creating depth and curiosity. Her work also shows an unbelievable amount of attention to detail and patience.

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Nerhol – Misunderstanding Focus

“Misunderstanding Focus is a series of 27 portraits, shot by the creative unit Nerhol, composed of Yoshihisa Tanaka who plans the ideas, and Ryuta Iida who sculpts them. ‘Nerhol’ i a mash up of two words, ‘neru’ to plan ideas and ‘holu’ to sculpt and carve.” – Ignant.de

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