Category Archives: Paper Sculpture

La Belle Isabelle

Paper vases by the Queen of Paper Couture Isabelle de Borchgrave

…her gorgeous paper kaftans….

‘The Persian name given to this dress means “good deed”. Through its feeling of balance and the wisdom which emanates from it, this textile embroidered on a silk brackground suggests goodness. Its centre is in the shape of a door (the “mirab”) encouraging philosophical thought and the acquirement of knowledge, as well as suggesting the doorway to the infinite’

 

..and her miniature paper scenes…

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Ball Of Fun

Anandamayi Arnold makes beautiful ‘surprise balls’, sculpted from paper, which can be unwrapped to reveal a surprise, or enjoyed as the beautiful mysteries they are…

Gorgeous photos by Aya Brackett for World of Interiors and Anthology, with articles on Anandamayi within. Her work can be found at ‘Tail Of The Yak‘ in Berkeley, California…

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Su Blackwell

The exquisite works of English artist Su Blackwell

Nice image gallery in The Telegraph

And here’s a short video made by Crabtree and Evelyn, showing Su creating a Christmas illustration for them. Always nice to see the person behind the work. It’s not just magic alone that makes these wonderful things!

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