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  • Beautifully Ornate Origami Mosaics by Kota Hiratsuka

    Beautifully Ornate Origami Mosaics by Kota Hiratsuka
    Origami is certainly one of the most fascinating form of art one can make out of paper, but what if you can merge it with another medium or technique? This was most likely what a Japanese artist had in mind when he started making origami mosaics. Read on to take a look at his beautiful paper artworks and find out more!
  • The Intricate Cut-Out Stories of Emma van Leest

    The Intricate Cut-Out Stories of Emma van Leest
    One look at the layers of intricately cut paper put together by Melbourne-based artist Emma van Leest will give you an idea about how much work, imagination, and attention to detail went into making each piece. We're sure her cut-outs will pique your interest, so we invite you to take a look at her and learn more about the artist after the jump!
  • Bendy, Twisty Paper Sculptures by Li Hongbo

    Bendy, Twisty Paper Sculptures by Li Hongbo
    At first glance, your brain will not contest that the sculptures made by a Beijing artist are made of solid yet delicate porcelain. But, wait until he demonstrates his sculpture's full effect -- your mind will surely be blown!
  • Analogue Day Activity: Do origami.

    Analogue Day Activity: Do origami.
    Making stuff with paper is unmistakably as analogue as one can get, and when it comes to paper art, origami remains one of the most popular! It can be a great way to de-stress from your hectic lifestyle, so grab some paper and start folding!
  • Back to Basics: The Zim & Zou Analogue Project

    Back to Basics: The Zim & Zou Analogue Project
    In the times of the all-encompassing digital medium, as a working graphic designer in today’s world, it is very refreshing to find such handmade beauty. Especially when they feature such analogue delights, and bring forward so many fond memories. Come and meet the Zim & Zou ‘Back to Basics’ art project.