Brilliant Artist Gives Life to Paper with 3d Sculptures

Los Angeles-based artist Jeff Nishinaka gives life to paper ‘with every cut, bend and score’ as seen in his brilliant 3d sculptures. Nishinaka’s seemingly simple yet meticulous artworks has remained amazing and excellent for over 3 decades. Find out more about Nishinaka’s work on his website and fanpage.    [via Jeff Nishinaka, bloginity, inspirationfeed]

 

Astounding Sculpture Made of Magazines + Newspapers

New York City-based artist Yun-Woo Choi makes simply astounding artworks from recyclable materials like magazines and newspapers. He rolls them up and bound together using resin and wire. Aside from swirling suspended sculptural forms, he also makes fantastic portraits using folded newspaper as canvas. Truly remarkable pieces of artwork. [via design-milk]

 

Scenes at Work Paper Sculpture

This series, fittingly titled Factory and Office is a typical workday captured in detail and unique realism using paper sculpture. That’s the work of talented Russian artists Alexei Lyapunov and Lena Ehrlich. Their style is distinct really. It’s colorful yet articulate. Just see how each employee character are depicted. Hand gestures, jest towards work, built and even gadgets are all taken in detail. [via mediadump]