Japanese Song trough the Mouthpiece of Art – Japanese Birds Collage Series by Visualcrafter

We all know Bulgarian illustrator Vasil Nedelchev for his surreal ink drawings. But this time he started something entirely new and exciting! His new ongoing project titled Japanese Birds took the turn towards something he really admires, Japanese visual culture. This visually compelling collage series started with his old book of vintage images of Japanese women that was ...

Realistic Paper Bird Postage Stamps by Diana Beltran Herrera

Diana Beltran Herrera, Colombian artist and designer, is a true bird lover. Her fascination with our feathery friends follows her since the earliest age. She started working on her bird inspired art, discovering use of ordinary materials in the production of her work. Soon paper, cardboard, plastic, and wire became her primary media. Her latest two series Bird Postage ...

Whimsical Paper Cut Botanical Studies by Niege Borges

Niege Borges is graphic designer from Porto Alegre, Brazil, currently residing in Brooklyn. You might know about her for her amazing infographic designs. However, when your eyes become sore from the screen you might want to direct your creativity towards more traditional approach. That is exactly what young and talented Niege did. Old school botanical posters and ...

Captivating Flora created from Recycled Materials- Kasasagi Paper Art

Nature has been our greatest inspiration for thousands of years when it comes to art. From the cave paintings up until the amazing creations of modern time our greatest ideas usually came from observing our surroundings. Kate Kato, A.K.A. Kasasagi Paper Art is a great example of this. The balans between realism and personal expressionism she creates ...

Enchanted sheet – Paper art that revives history

Dear friends, would you like to take a quick paper art trip trough history with us? Agree? Agree.  Come on, who would refuse a time travel? Ok, we’ll be visiting different epochs and nations with an extraordinary artist named Asya Kozina as our guide. How will she quide us, you ask? Well, trough her impressive paper sculptures and ...