Rather than rely on just one piece of paper, Yulia Brodskaya uses hundreds to create her unique portraits. The paper quilling artist has pioneered a unique style that involves rolling, shaping, and gluing colorful strips of paper to a canvas. These bundles form swirls, patterns, and facial features, which in turn gives these portraits a noticeably three-dimensional quality.
Japanese artist Seiji Tsukimoto uses kirigami techniques to craft pop-up cards unlike any other.
Rather than creating a work of art from one sheet of paper, artist Margaret Scrinkl uses several.
Widely regarded as the most famous statue in the world, almost everyone can recognize Michelangelo's David. While we are accustomed to seeing it in its marble form, some artists have reimagined its likeness into new and varied mediums. Artist @mayuncchigami has recreated this masterpiece as a highly detailed origami using only one square sheet of paper.
Vintage textiles are reimagined in paper form through stunning creations by Ibbini Studio.
We normally think of paper as a delicate material, but Maude White demonstrates its durability through her series of paper...
While typically used as a vehicle for artistic media, the creative possibilities of paper in and of itself can't be overlooked. Origami artist Chris Conrad knows this very well. He is known for his intricate origami sculptures made out of a single sheet of paper. One of his latest and most impressive pieces is a dragon slayer created from an uncut square of 27.5 inch (70 centimeter) painted Wenzhou paper.
In the hands of an artist, paper can be anything.
Today, virtual reality technology involves putting on some sort of headset that can transform the world around you, from creating...
Using just a single sheet of white paper, Parth Kothekar can create mesmerizing works of art. The India-based designer has been cutting, slicing, and manipulating paper for many years, producing intricate pieces inspired by nature, architecture, and beyond. His latest series transforms plain sheets of paper into optical illusions reminiscent of Dutch master M.C. Escher‘s iconic prints.
Japanese artist Ayumi Shibata creates delicate vistas in glass vessels.
Sweden-based artist Cecilia Levy fashions old book pages into delicate sculptures you can hold in your hand.