32/365 It was during a trip to Berlin in 1993 that sculptor Daniele Papuli discovered how to produce paper. Four years later and after much playing and experimenting with handmade paper, Papuli made his first paper work of art. Papuli began his career using stone, wood and plaster so I find it fascinating that he became so engaged with paper and has since made it his primary material. Daniel Papuli, 10000 Strips, Paper Sculpture, Paper Work, Paniel Papuli, 10 000 Strips, Paper Crafts, Paper Installations, Paper Artists
Noriko Takamiya on the 8th Holland Paper Biennial, being held at both the Museum Rijswijk and CODA Museum, in Apeldoorn. On display are the works of 27 renowned paper artists, including some of my favourites such as Noriko Ambe and Christophe Piallat. I wish I could visit in person and take lots of photos to show you, but no can do. Here are some images that were kindly sent by the galleries, so we get to see some of the amazingness too!
karlmcbee: akicoconut: vitamin-drop: shigesa: Chris Natrop’s room installation of fern like cut paper forest. (via saintstigersloversart)