Designed by Koji Sekita (via DesignBoom), these objects are “composed of paper sheets, the cardstock is scored and folded in a zigzag pattern. Each identical piece is then joined, creating the form of a chair.
The work of Korean artist Cha Jong-Rye looks like anything but wood. Her large pieces hang on the wall as if they were draped cloth, strange liquids, and geological formations. Her peculiar choice of medium undoubtedly references these and other ideas of nature and the home. She painstakingly carves her work from wood, often from hundreds of small pieces. She seems to crumple, pinch, and pull a material that’s especially rigid, typically found as a tree or house.
Portfolio Treads Sunflower Fabric - would look great in a grey, white and yellow room!
Corey Bartle-Sanderson: Supermarket Simulacrum II
Vintage 19th c. marbled paper, Turkish pattern [BibliOdyssey]
by horticultural art via flickr
Bamboo at Kek Lok Si temple in Penag--Bertrand Linet