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

France
Carboard Mechanics and Architecture
Website: Website
More on Paper Art Gallery: Bernard Lagneau
United States
Gestural sculptures of handmade paper made to look like textiles that twist, wrap, bind, drape and enclose, expression of various human movements and emotions.
United States
Elegant modern origami made with mathematics, crease patterns.
United States
Creation of unique interpretive sculptures from an unlikely source as an art medium...recycled corrugated boxes.
Website: Langanart
More on Paper Art Gallery: Mark Langan
Australia
Book sculptures, folded, curled and rolled pages from unwanted books to metamorphose them into precious specimens.
Canada
Sculpted Books representing the erosion of cultures.
Chile
Handmade japanese papers watermarked meetings photography through transfers and other printing techniques.
Hong Kong
Cardboard diorama of sorts, complete with miniaturized human scaled space.
Hong Kong
Delicate cuts out on rice paper, often twisted, about humans’ relation to nature and environment n the context of power, sacrifice, and survival.
Website: boveylee com
United States
Abstract paper sculptures revealing the dynamic lines of organic forms including ocean, bird, and plant life through their architecture and hidden mathematical beauty.
Sweden
Objects made of paper, preferably from old books, using the papier mache technique.
United States
Architectural sculptures using white paper to accentuate the depth with the perspective, and to display a structure from a different viewpoint.
Sweden
Floating cardboard cities and farragoes of line drawn houses, passionate about playful, brutalist and quaint architecture, dreamt up worlds and everyday stories.
United Kingdom
Cut paper pictures full of landscapes, birds, animals and Robot and Ghost Bunny!
France
Paper cut-out and painting in suminagashi technics, and cut-out books.
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Nick Georgious

Nick Georgious

My art is inspired by the death of the printed word. Books and newspapers are becoming artifacts of the 20st century. As a society we’re shifting away from pri ...

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"Pap'Argus" N° 320, January 2016

"Pap'Argus" N° 320, January 2016

January 2016, "Pap'Argus" No. 320 The magazine specialized in packaging industry, giving information on all the activities, Innovation and Evolution of the m ...

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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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