Entries with Artist Last name, First Names starting with 'C'

Philippines
Type, Visual Arts, and detailed layered Papercuts representing endangered species and their fragility.
Denmark
Paper cut sculptures exploring the probable and magical transformation of the flat sheet of paper into figures that expand into the space surrounding them.
United States
Cut and uncut US Currency carved sculptures.
France
Scalable modular sculpture and installations made with paper and cardboard.
United States
Kinetic Pop-Up sculptures and books for children and adults internationally published.
France
Urban cardboard cut
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Spain
Cut paper dioramas, miniature movies sets as those of Wes Anderson, and illustrations.
France
Paper mache sculpture, caricatural and enigmatic, representing the gentrification of society, inspirated by old toys as lead soldiers.
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United Kingdom
Three-dimensional figurative paper sculptures
Canada
Organic, maximalist installation, sculpture, still image, drawing, and performance exploring the mark made-by-hand and the mark made-by-machine as an approach to understanding the interaction between humans and computers.
United States
Relief sculptures using layers of hand cut paper, reminiscent of microorganisms or topographical maps.
France
Bonding of layers of papers handmade collecting elements in the nature, engraved in order to densify and unify various fabrics.
United Kingdom
Remaking of household objects, decorative and functional, and clothes by stitching found and recycled papers.
France
Low relief paper sculpture
United Kingdom
Handmade japanese Washi, honminoshi technic, paper artworks, Shoji screen and lightnings.
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Asya Kozina

Asya Kozina

Asya Kozina lives and works in St. Petersburg, is a visual artist who creates sculptures from paper sheets. His themes are mythological, historical, folklorica ...

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Jun Mitani

Jun Mitani

Jun Mitani is an associate professor at the Tsukuba University in Japan; his favourite areas are the geometry, computers and infographics. Its artistic spirit  ...

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Nahoko Kojima

Nahoko Kojima

Nahoko Kojima, practice an ancient Japanese art of cutting paper "Kirigami". His artworks are impressive. Some are even in 3D (by volume), it adds to our amaz ...

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