London-based artist Javier Rodríguez García, aka Lobulo Design, creates wonderful vibrant designs using paper. From pop culture to anatomy and the natural world it seems like nothing is off limits.
Artist duo Hari & Deepti started experimenting with paper cut shadow boxes in 2010 with hand painted watercolor paper which was then cut and assembled in a wooden box to create a diorama, with years of practice their art became more intricate and minimal at the same time.
New Jersey-based artist Joe Lurato creates tiny wooden figures and set them loose in public places. Lurato frequently leaves the artworks to be discovered by the community, where depending on their location, they may only last a few days or even hours.
Designer and art director, Carlos Meira , from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil has great interest and focus on illustration, more specifically, paper sculpture. He is giving tribute to the members of the Rio de Janeiro Samba Schools by creating wonderful carnival paper sculptures.
~ Paper model of a couple of brown bears riding bicycle. The rainbow in the background making the scene more beautiful.
Russian artists Alexei Lyapunov and Lena Ehrlich created these whimsical detailed paper crafts with amazing 3D effects. They use sharp knives, tweezers, rulers, metal wires, scissors and amazing amount of patience to create this unique paper-cut artwork.
Creative paper-cut vertical landscapes are the illustration work of Estonian artist Eiko Ojala. He draws everything by hand to create landscapes, figures and portraits. Interestingly he doesn’t get help of 3D software. The most critical are the placement of shadows which Ojala also draws by hand.