3D Forms research.
Starting by the brief, I looked at this site:
What I found here is absolutely awesome, here is a lot of inspirational art.
Annie Vought – Abstract and Concrete Paper Art
This is a lovely paper art series using letters. I love this final outcome, it is an excellent visual.
Brian Chan – Elegantly Crafted Insect Sculptures
Brian Dettmer – Amazingly Complex Paper Cuts
Brian Dettmer used old books and transformed them in a real art. This is absolutely awesome, a lot of details in his architecture.
Chris Natrop – Draped and Shadowed Paper Art
I love this paper curtain, it is reminding me Zaha Hadid architect which used chewing gum as a start point of inspiration.
Elsa Mora – Variegated Detailed Paper Trinkets
Eric Joisel – Detailed Classic Monster Figures
Ingrid Siliakus – Detailed Architectural Masterpieces
Mark Sky – Magically Transformed Paper Money
Haruki Nakamura – Moving Parts Paper Sculptures
Bert Simons – Incredibly Lifelike Portrait Sculptures
Peter Callesen – Playful Seasonal Paper Sculptures
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Richard Sweeney – Artfully Twisted Paper Sculptures
Sher Christopher – Emotive Paper Figurines
Sculptor Sher Christopher’s creations look like characters in a play, replete with theatrical masks, hats and intricate costumes. I love this tango dance represented, he respect even the specific attitude for tango where the man is like an toreador on the scene.