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Geometric diamonds under glass dome centerpiece idea
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Mark from Present has made three beautiful geometrical paper sculptures that are displayed in glass domes.
3D Paper Sculptures
PresentCorrect-3-Design-Crush Present & Correct is one of my favorite online shops– based in UK, famous for their limited runs of vintage, graphic stationery, some of which is sourced from all over the world, & some designed in-house. They created these beautiful paper pieces titled Jar No. 1, Jar No. 2, & Jar No. 3, Each beautifully encased in glass bell jars is filled with/ stacked & elevated geometric shapes featuring a variety of shapes, colors gradients. Simple & stunning presentation
Were big fans of the little design touches that really make the space look absolutely beautiful. Style yourself with a glass dome and display plants, rarities, or art.
This would be a cool shape for ice cream pops!
I've done one of these with 120 pyramids, very time consuming!
Paper sculpture- I would love to make something like this out of metal for the back yard sculpture garden
Untitled (Figure 1) by Richard Sweeney, Pleated watercolour paper. Dimensions (mm): 430x190x130 April 2013, via Flickr
wire and paper sculpture - Jeremy Fisher by Polly Verity of polyscene, via Flickr
though incredibly simple, i love the use of platonic solids on a single stand to make the object really stand out
DIY Geometric Paper Animal Sculptures by Paperwolf
Incredible Paper Sculpture by Mark of Present & Correct.
I want a tattoo of a hummingbird in honor of my grandma. I really like this because of the positioning of the bird and the hibiscus.
Hey, I found this really awesome Etsy listing at www.etsy.com/...
"A gift in support of libraries, books, words, ideas..... (& against their exit)." Paper sculpture left anonymously in the National Library of Scotland
These beautiful paper sculptures are by artist, Anna-Wili Highfield
Beautiful book art has been appearing mysteriously around Edinburgh, in support of libraries, books, words and ideas. How wonderful! (Photo by chrisdonia, from Flickr)