Alia Design creates magnificent art pieces out of quilled paper. These pieces tend to focus on iconic fictional characters such as movie or comic book characters. Definitely very brilliant and meticulous work.
“My art is inspired by the death of the printed word. Books and newspapers are becoming artifacts of the 21st century. As a society we’re shifting away from print consumption and heading straight towards full digital lives. My sculptures are products of their environment —both literally and figuratively.” – Nick Georgiou
“My work is an exploration and re-presentation of natural organic forms both mineral and vegetal. I look for patterns and repeated motifs that run through natural phenomena at different scales, from the microscopic to the macroscopic, from individual cells to large scale geological formations.” – Roger Brown
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.
Sandra Chevrier is a mixed media artist who integrates collage with painting. The choices of her collage content is usually comic book excerpts, which is then juxtaposed beautifully with her very colourful and well rendered painterly aesthetic.
Hypebeast has come out with their latest instalment of their “Pen and Paper” series. This episode is with bonkers Austrian street/graffiti artist Nychos. Nychos dissects the Hypebeat logo as well as talk about his style and family life. Hop, skip and a jump away!
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.
Ramon Bruin is a Dutch artist who dabbles in the fine arts and the creation of optical illusion drawings. From buildings to snakes the drawings jump out at the viewer and interact with both them and the artist himself (by placing his hands in certain ways to draw attention).
There’s very few people that can draw as well as Juan Francisco Casas in this world, let alone with a pen, which essentially means there’s no room for error. These drawings are undoubtedly exceptional.