Art and Design

Art and Design from The the World...

Illustrators / Graphic Designers

Martín Sati, "All arts, from arquitecture, sculpture and painting to decorative arts, find its expression in the popular thing. It means there is a minority who has created his own artistic-expressive vocabulary throughout History, against a leading society who studies arts as a thought language."

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Alice Macarova, "At first, I created a sketch. Then, I covered the paper with watercolors, using an aerograph (or airbrush) to help me get that neat background. After that, I drew the characters by means of watercolors and permanent liners."

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Paper and Cardboard Art

Haruki Nakamura, is an expert artist in Origami, a Japanese art that consists of creating figures by folding pieces of paper. In his latest work, has combined paper figure with movement. A heart made of different paper forms that move like gear when turning a crank.

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Sher Christopher , each sculpture is unique and is a response to the exploration of paper as a permanent scuptural medium. Paper is a beautiful medium to work....

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Dan Reeder , "I’m a paper mache artist living in Seattle, Washington".

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Nathalie Boutté, is neither a photographer nor a sculptor nor a painter, her collages are all of these things. Her creations are derived from her knowledge of paper and volumes.

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Matthew Shlian, "Guided by wonder, my work is made because I cannot visualize its final realization; in this way I come to understanding through curiosity".

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Cheong-ah Hwang, "Hwang was born in Korea and came to the United States in 1992. She studied art and technology at Ohio State University, then began making paper-relief sculptures in 2000. There is much promise in her work".

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Paper and Cardboard Art

Haruhiko Tanaka, “across paper cutting art, explores different themes ranging from human figures through the fine details of animals to beautiful insects ... ”

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Bovey Lee, "I am a cut paper artist based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA."

"My works have been exhibited at the Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, Nevada; Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York; Museum Bellerive, Zurich, Switzerland; National Glass Centre, Sunderland, UK; Museum of Fine Arts,..."

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Jessica Drenk, "Tactile and textural, her sculptures highlight the chaos and beauty that can be found in simple materials. Drenk's work is also influenced by systems of information and the impulse to develop an encyclopedic understanding of the world. "

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Julie Wilkinson and Joyanne Horscroft, "Using specialised papers and intricate detailing, The Makerie design and create structural showpieces for window installations, advertising, editorials and private collectors, as well as individually supporting selected artists in their work."

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Su Blackwell, "I often work within the realm of fairy-tales and folk-lore. I began making a series of book-sculptures, cutting-out images from old books to create three-dimensional diorama's, and displaying them inside wooden boxes."

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Troy Dugas, "My collages are made from vintage product labels purchased in unused bundles. The material is cut or shredded then arranged onto flat surfaces (paper, canvas, or wood) to produce artwork that appear woven."

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Eric Standley, "He sleeps on rare occasions and dreams that with hard work and concentration he might one day become a modernist. He holds allegiance to a faith of his own construction, which is reinvented on a daily basis."

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Helen Musselwhite, “The beauty of it never ceases to amaze me and, happily, I’m well placed to observe it, living as I do just south of Manchester with one foot in the urban landscape and the other in the countryside.”

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Camila Rapetti, “The colors and shapes vary according to each piece. Skeleton are made with wire covered with gummed paper, painted in bright colors with a semi-matt finish.”

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