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  1. #51 The Ultimate Paper Airplane | WIRED 
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    "Over the last decade, designer Luca Iaconi-Stewart has been building an incredibly detailed model of a Boeing 777, right down to the tiny seats and moving landing gear, using only paper folders and glue."




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  2. #52 Haut-Relief Portraits of Animals Come Alive in Detailed Paper Sculptures by Calvin N. 
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    "Canadian paper artist Calvin Nicholls continues to build striking likenesses of wildlife, featuring birds, bears, and foxes rendered in haut-relief sculpture. Despite working in monochromatic palettes of white and off-white paper, he imbues the animal portraits with a sense of liveliness and realism. Innumerable slivers of paper create lifelike feathers and fur, and each creature is shown in a naturalistic pose—snuggled down for a rest, or wings stretched in flight."

    His work is fabulous!

    Haut-Relief Portraits of Animals Come Alive in Detailed Paper Sculptures by Calvin Nicholls — article by Laura Staugaitis

    http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2018/0...paper-animals/


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  3. #53 37 Incredible Modular Origami Works by Ekaterina Lukasheva 
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    "Ekaterina ‘Kate’ Lukasheva is an incredible Origami artist and designer from Moscow, Russia. The artist has had a fascination with puzzles and construction sets since childhood and first discovered origami in her teens. With its intricate folds and geometric patterns, there’s a lot of math in origami and Ekaterina would later graduate with honors from Moscow State Lomonosov University as a mathematician and programmer.
    As Origami has come to describe a broad field with a number of niche disciplines, Lukasheva’s artwork focuses primarily around modular origami and Kusudama. She has even authored a number of books of her own original designs for others to try.

    Below you will find a collection of some of her incredible works but you can find hundreds more at the links below."


    It is hard to believe this is origami... molded paper maybe...

    37 Incredible Modular Origami Works by Ekaterina Lukasheva


    http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2018/0...ina-lukasheva/


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  4. #54 Dazzling Three-Dimensional Paper Sculptures of Birds, Bees, and Crustaceans by Lisa L 
    "UK-based paper artist Lisa Lloyd builds dazzling birds, floral arrangements, and feasts from multi-colored layers of precisely cut paper. Her three-dimensional works are most often inspired by naturally occurring colors and patterns, which is apparent in the geometric shapes and layered textures found in her works’ feathers, scales, and wings. Recently two of her creations were featured at Milan Design Week as a part of a Wunderkammer curated by CASAfacile magazine. You can see more of Lloyd’s paper sculptures and design work for brands such as Asahi, Elle Decor Italia, Grolsch, Disney, and the BBC on her website and Instagram."

    Dazzling Three-Dimensional Paper Sculptures of Birds, Bees, and Crustaceans by Lisa Lloyd — by Kate Sierzputowski

    http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2018/0...by-lisa-lloyd/


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  5. #55 Three-Dimensional Paper Doodles Created With Playful Folds and Rips 
    These are original. Doodles? Well yes but pushed into a realm of whimsical and extremely clever.

    Three-Dimensional Paper Doodles Created With Playful Folds and Rips — by HuskMitNavn

    http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2018/0...y-huskmitnavn/




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  6. #56 Complex Cuts Form New Detailed Paper Sea Creatures, Flowers, and Reptiles 
    Cutting of these paper artworks seems impossible. That is part of their magic.

    Japanese cut paper artist Riki Fukuda continues to create mind-bogglingly detailed designs using simple tools: a cutting mat, blade, and paper. The artist shares her in-progress and finished works on Twitter, including the pencil sketches that she cuts into for her final works. More recently, Fukuda has been working on smaller-scale creations and experimenting with holographic paper.
    Complex Cuts Form New Detailed Paper Sea Creatures, Flowers, and Reptiles — by Laura Staugaitis

    http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2018/0...-and-reptiles/


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  7. #57 The Popuplady — a video 
    Meet Ellen G.K. Rubin. With a collection of more than 9,000 pop-up and moveable books from around the world, some more than centuries old, she’s earned herself the nickname “The Popuplady.” Step inside her home to explore the collection and discover what she finds so fascinating about the handmade art of paper engineering.




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