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"The Magic is in the Telling" - paper quilled art by Yulia Brodskaya (pure white)

Francisca Prieto at work on her intricate folded paper works.  This text written by Francisca Prieto was originally published in the now  sold-out issue #12 of UPPERCASE magazine. In that issue, we asked various  artists to describe their "life with paper."  To me there is something magic about paper; it is hard to point out  something specific, though it is probably the endless possibilities that it  offers... It all starts with a blank page!  Over the years I have been collecting a…

my life with paper: Francisca Prieto

Francisca Prieto at work on her intricate folded paper works. This text written…

Kirigami  http://pinterest.com/pin/362680576211363929/

Kirigami http://pinterest.com/pin/362680576211363929/

In 2010, researchers developed a method where a sheet of composite material can self-fold when an electrical current is passed through it. In 2011, researchers were able to get a polymer sheet to shelf-fold when exposed to light.

self folding paper In researchers developed a method where a sheet of composite material can self-fold when an electrical current is passed through it. In researchers were able to get a polymer sheet to shelf-fold when exposed to light.

25 circles with decreasing diameters by Bradford Hansen-Smith via wholemovement

Made by Bradford Hansen-Smith / paper art spiral / origami

pop-up cards for all occasions - crafts ideas - crafts for kids

pop-up cards for all occasions - crafts ideas - crafts for kids

papercraft architecture | ... mot so mau ne - Origami - Kirigami - Quilling - PaperCraft HoChiMinh

set of waves pop-up

Sculpture on paper

Expressive Masterpiece Collection of Paper Art Sculptures

Typographic Art :: Quilling - "Flourish" by Yulia Brodskaya (London, UK)

This colourful Paper Artwork was craftily-created by the talented Yulia Brodskaya.

Lisa Nilsson Quilling Art

Medicinal Art

Anatomical Cross-Sections Made with Quilled Paper For her Tissue Series, artist Lisa Nilsson constructs anatomical cross sections of the human body using rolled pieces of Japanese mulberry paper, a technique known as quilling or paper filigree.

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