It's been awhile- Dec. 31 to be precise! One of my New Year's resolutions was to blog less, say more.
So, unless something really strikes a chord and inspires, we're reducing and downsizing our posts. ;)
I see this as a really great thing- a fundamental shift that has happened for so many = we are so much more educated about green lifestyle and green initiatives than we were when we started nearly 5 years ago. There simply is not as much that needs to be said.
That said... here are some beautiful, inspired artistic paper creations from four artists that I came across today. I found them on the many incredible artist links on these two fantastic blogs: Upon A Fold and Discover Paper. Enjoy!
Australian paper sculptor Anna-Wili Highfield
creates amzingly realistic, highly detailed bird sculptures from paper
British/Italian artist Chris Gilmour
turns every day objects in to objets d'art- created with corrugated board
Above photos via chrisgilmour.com
Japanese artist Kako Ueda creates organic creatures intricately cut in paper
Above photos via kakoueda.com
Wonderful whimsy in hand made paper from French artistes
Above photos via papieraetres.com