For today's creative inspiration to chase away the Monday blues, let me share with you the beautiful works of a Toronto-based artist, which explores the many possibilities that paper and collaging can open and the amazing ways they can intersect with each other. Read on to find out more and take a look!
When it comes to art, working with paper is often the most basic and analogue you can go, yet also one of the most rewarding for the many creative possibilities you can achieve with it. The recent works of Toronto-based artist Christine Kim proves just that, and shows how working with paper using different techniques can yield impressive results.
Christine’s recent masterpieces combine sketching, paper cutting, and collaging, and were inspired by the architecture of cathedrals. Her creative process and motivations for these works were shared to us by filmmaker Jesse Brass in a series of interviews for his ongoing project called Making Art. Watch his interview with Christine entitled “Revelation” below:
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All information for this article were sourced from This is Colossal.