Amazing 1:60-Scale Boeing 777 Made of Paper Manilla Folders by Luca Iaconi-Stewart

San Francisco-based designer Luca Iaconi-Stewart has come up with an incredible project that features a1:60 scale reproduction of a Boeing 777 made entirely from paper manilla folders. He used the detailed schematics of an Air India 777-300ER that he found online and printed directly onto the folders. [via strictlypaper]


Exquisite Divider Screen Made of Paper by Yasutoshi Mifune

Japanese designer Yasutoshi Mifune ingeniously came up with a divider screen made of paper called ‘kakine’, a Japanese word for ‘hedge’.  According the artist, It is a screen which can be changed to various shapes and sizes by assembling sheets of paper of the same shape. Multiple complicated forms create a shape by overlapping each other and they change their impression depending on the brightness of the surrounding. [via design-milk]


Captivating Paper Art Garden by Super Nature Design

Shanghai-based design company Super Nature Design has constructed ‘The Garden’ made entirely from 370gsm ivory paper panels. The white orchid is presented in the middle by circular layers that gradually decrease in diameter. With the use of a cnc machine, the intricate patterns were cut out, which provide a level of transparency in the panels. The reflection of the whole installation on the floor makes the garden naturally spread onto […]


Mesmerizing Model Home Made From Paper

‘The Model Home’ was created by Architects Atelier Bow Wow and Artist Michael Lin in collaboration with the University of Auckland professor Andrew Barrie, a specialist in okoshi-ezu (folding drawing)–the Japanese technique of paper model building. The structure that looks visually weightless is currently being viewed at the main hall of the Auckland Art Gallery. [via designboom]