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  1. #41 New Paper Cutouts by ‘Paperboyo’ Turn Landmarks Across the Globe Into Scenes... 
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    This artist has a wonderful eye and fertile imagination. He also is great at paper cutouts.

    New Paper Cutouts by ‘Paperboyo’ Turn Landmarks Across the Globe Into Scenes of Temporary Amusement — by Kate Sierzputowski

    http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2017/1...-by-paperboyo/


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  2. #42 Origami Inception: Paper Artist Folds Four Works From a Single Sheet of Paper 
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    "Vietnamese paper artist Nguyen Hung Cuong (previously) just unveiled this new origami work titled “Fly High, Dreamers!” that incorporates four sequential objects—a hand holding a crane with a rider also holding a smaller crane—each connected to the other, all from a single uncut sheet of paper."

    Fabulous!

    Origami Inception: Paper Artist Folds Four Works From a Single Sheet of Paper — by Christopher Jobson

    http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2017/1...heet-of-paper/


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  3. #43 New Paper Textured Editorial Illustrations from Eiko Ojala — by Christopher Jobson 
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    "With a minimalist approach to editorial work that blends silhouettes and shadows, Estonian illustrator Eiko Ojala has become a staple of major newspapers and magazines as of late including the New York Times, The Washington Post, Wired, and New Scientist. His distinctive style involves the look and feel of paper cut-outs to achieve surprising depth, both visually and conceptually, in clear statements perfect for the limited space of editorial design."

    I love the clever simplicity of his work.

    New Paper Textured Editorial Illustrations from Eiko Ojala — by Christopher Jobson

    http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2017/1...by-eiko-ojala/


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  4. #44 Sky-High Paper Wigs Topped With Modern Luxuries by Asya Kozina 
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    "Paper artist Asya Kozina was inspired by the decadent wigs found in Baroque and Rococo still lifes, tall masses of hair adorned with objects that represent the ideals of luxury and beauty in the 17th and 18th centuries. Her series Skyscraper on the Head imagines how these outdated accessories might look if produced today, replacing the exotic fruits and birds of early centuries with airplanes, skyscrapers, and ferris wheels."


    These are wonderfully imagined, perfectly executed creations. Oh, they're hysterial, too.

    Sky-High Paper Wigs Topped With Modern Luxuries by Asya Kozina — by Kate Sierzputowski

    http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2017/1...y-asya-kozina/


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  5. #45 Nano Origami: Infinitesimal Folded Paper Creations by Anja Markiewicz 
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    "Leipzig-based paper artist Anja Markiewicz uses little more than tip of a toothpick (she doesn’t even use a magnifying glass) to make the tiny creases in her miniature origami creations including animals, insects, and geometric designs."

    The miniature perfection of these origami creations beggars the imagination.

    Nano Origami: Infinitesimal Folded Paper Creations by Anja Markiewicz — by Christopher Jobson

    http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2017/1...ja-markiewicz/


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  6. #46 Geometric Birds and Other Designs Formed From Bright Folded Paper 
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    "Istanbul-based paper artist Tayfun Tinmaz left a career in modeling to begin producing paper art designs, a practice of geometric-inspired works he collects under the name Paperpan. To produce each piece he first individually folds several dozen colorful triangles. Next, he fits these discrete parts together like a puzzle, forming tropical birds such as parrots, toucans, cockatoos, and more."

    Tayfun's work is bright, colorful and very creative.

    Geometric Birds and Other Designs Formed From Bright Folded Paper
    — by Kate Sierzputowski

    http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2017/1...-folded-paper/


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  7. #47 Paper Artist Uses Toothpicks to Fold Impossibly Small*Origami — by Anja Markiewicz 
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    "Using only her hands, toothpicks (not even a magnifying glass!) and patience, artist Anja Markiewicz folds impossibly small origami that can easily rest on the tip of your finger."

    Paper Artist Uses Toothpicks to Fold Impossibly Small Origami — by Anja Markiewicz

    http://twistedsifter.com/2017/11/imp...ja-markiewicz/

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  8. #48 Colorful Paper Foods and Patterns by Maud Vantours — from Christopher Jobson 
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    Maud's creation of foods is wonderful!

    Colorful Paper Foods and Patterns by Maud Vantours — from Christopher Jobson

    http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2017/1...maud-vantours/



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  9. #49 Cristian Marianciuc Creates a New Decorated Origami Paper Crane Daily for 1,000 Days 
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    I've seen thousands of paper cranes, the wonderful, ubiquitous peace symbol. However I've never seen any thing as elegant as the crane's Cristian Marianciuc creates.

    Cristian Marianciuc Creates a New Decorated Origami Paper Crane Daily for 1,000 Days — by Christopher Jobson

    http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2017/1...-in-1000-days/


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