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Unique Hand Cut Paper Art by Lisa Rodden

Paper art by Lisa Rodden

Lisa Rodden, originally from Sydney and now based in the Sunshine Coast cuts, slices, and folds thick layers of white paper on top of acrylic painting that is occasionally accompanied with text. She has been creating since she could hold a pencil. Her work is a communication of how all things are interrelated, with organic forms, textures, colour and flow being her signature. This approach brings a richness and complexity to a multitude of styles.

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Amazing Origami Sculptures

Lizard Origami

Brian Chan is a multi-talented origami designer and craftsman. He enjoys designing complex origami and creatively turn a simple paper into animals, insects, human shapes even paper robots.

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Paper Cameras by Jennifer Collier

Paper Camera by Jennifer Collier

Did you ever think turning old vintage postcards, children’s books and pattern packets into works of art? Well, this is what Jennifer Collier does. She collects these old, discarded paper products and turns them into amazing replicas of cameras.

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Hummer Car Made with $39,000 Worth of Lottery Tickets

Car Made with Lottery Tickets

Lottery tickets are no more just a piece of paper you keep only with a hope of winning. Two artists Adam Ecksrom and Lauren recreated a full-size Hummer car with $39,000 worth of lottery tickets.

The team is called Ghost of Dream. They use old lottery tickets and romance novel covers to create some truly beautiful art objects that give new perspective to the permanence of the lottery tickets themselves.

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Harry Potter Paper Art

Harry Potter fan, Brittney Lee created two unique paper artworks for Harry Potter Tribute Show at the time of the release of eighth and final Harry Potter movie.

In the first piece Harry introducing his Snowy Owl, Hewdig, to the Owlry at Hogwarts.

Harry Potter Paper Art

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