Impressive Paper Sculptures
Where there is talent and creativity, there are no limits. At least, this is what some of the most talented artists all around the world are proving with their amazing works of art. And we are not talking about those masterpieces we all know, but ones made using paper as prime material. The result leaves you speechless.
These paper sculptures are made using an original method created by two artists, Patty and Allen Eckman. They have been dedicated to their wonderful art since 1988 when they started creating impressive works in their hand made acid free cast paper sculpture. Since then, they became famous at international level. The unique method they discovered became their trademark. The results speak for themselves.
Two talented artists from Russia, Alexei Lyapunov and Lena Ehrlich, create incredible figures. They use paper, talent, creativity, patience, and skill. The works of art they obtain are amazing an quite impossible to describe. You just have to enjoy the show.
Another very talented artist that took paper art to a whole different level is Jeff Hishinaka. He manipulates paper in such an amazing way that you kind of have the feeling of things being real and alive. All his 3D works express elegance, but also a certain indescribable purity and a meticulosity that gives the illusion of marble.
Su Blackwell is another artist that uses paper as a way to transmit emotions and ambitions. Through her impressive paper sculptures he manages to capture the most important things in our life expressing in the most evident way ever how vulnerable is our existence. Just like paper is.
Take a look to more amazing creations. They are all made by masters of paper art all around the world, such as Jen Stark, Emma Van Leest, Peter Callesen, Aoyama Hina, and Bert Simons. Keep in mind that some of these incredible works have been made using just a pair of scissors.
Emma Van Leest
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