Tag Archives: paper

Scenes from Nature Completely Crafted with Cut Paper

Estu­dio Guard­a­bosques is the col­lab­o­ra­tive efforts of cre­atives Juan and Car­olina from Buenos Aires, Argentina. They craft scenes entirely out of paper by using com­plex sculpt­ing to fold and build forms. Often, that involves per­fo­rat­ing edges and cut­ting just so — enough to trans­form the paper, but not enough to wrin­kle or destroy it. Much of the […]

Need a Halloween Costume Idea? Crankbunny to the Rescue!

Hal­loween is right around the cor­ner! So, if you haven’t fig­ured out a cos­tume, now is the time. Maybe you pre­fer to go a min­i­mal­ist route and don only a mask; don’t worry, I’ve got you cov­ered. These illus­trated paper pop-up masks by Crankbunny (AKA Norma V. Toraya) are per­fect! They come in three designs — a […]

Charlotte Smith’s Delightful Paper-Sculpted Pastries

I’ve always had a sweet tooth, and my desire for sugar hasn’t faded as I’ve aged (will it ever?). So, when I saw designer/illustrator Char­lotte Smith’s paper sculp­tures that fea­tured delicious-looking cakes, pop­si­cles, and other good­ies, I was excited. The angu­lar objects adorn food and bev­er­ages with delight­ful details. She gar­nishes tea with sliced lemons and even […]

Super Paper Queen Tumblr

Expo ‘85, 1982 — Takenobu Igarashi Brown Paper Bag began as a way to fea­ture works on paper (and more, of course). I recently dis­cov­ered a Tum­blr that shares this same love - Super Paper Queen. Its tagline is sim­i­lar to this blog,  “pas­sion for paper ephemera,” and the Tum­blr col­lects a myr­iad of types of images and printed […]