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30+ Breathtaking Examples of Paper Art

January 2, 2013  //  By:   //  Inspiration  //  No Comment

Paper art is done on a medium that is exceptionally delicate. Yet, paper artists can make powerful and stunning paper arts out of this lightweight material which in most peoples imagination extends only to paper planes and watercolors. The art of folding paper and transforming them into artworks originated from Japan, where it is called Origami. Over the years, the interest has spread to most other places on the planet. Today it has so many forms and expressions that it is considered as a form of art.

Paper artists use a wide variety of paper sculpture techniques. They can fold, cut, mold, stitch, layer or glue to make paper sculptures and other 3 dimensional objects. Some paper artworks are associated with particular cultures and countries.

If you are wondering what to make out of paper or just want to be inspired, here is a collection of 30 magnificent paper art examples. These art sculptures will prove that paper can be formed not just into pure planes or boats, but also into twisted natural curves and complicated symmetrical shapes.

If you like to understand how to make paper art, browse on each of the paper sculpture examples I have presented below. Then tell us about your experience by adding your comments below. Share this post with your friends to amaze them, as well.

Rondding Histair White – MORE INFO

Rondding-Histair-paper-art

Nature in Britain – MORE INFO

Nature-in-Britain-paper-art

Utensils – MORE INFO

Utensils-paper-sculpture

Attack of the Kraken – MORE INFO

Attack-of-the-Kraken-art-sculptures

Lightbulb – MORE INFO

Lightbulb-art-sculptures

Fern Eyes – MORE INFO

Fern-Eyes-paper-sculptures

Bird and Fish – MORE INFO

Bird-and-Fish-paper-artists

Gear’s Cube – MORE INFO

Gear's-Cube-paper-art

Wreath of Snow – MORE INFO

Wreath-of-Snow-paper-arts

Camp Nou – MORE INFO

Camp-Nou-what-to-make-out-of-paper

Vash The Stampede – MORE INFO

Vash-the-Stampede-ow-to-make-paper-art

Star Nautilus – MORE INFO

Star-Nautilus-paper-craft

Cosmopolitan – MORE INFO

Cosmopolitan-paper-art[1]

The Wound – MORE INFO

The-Wound-paper-art

Mens et Manus II – MORE INFO

Mens-et-Manus-II-paper-art

Picturesque Windmills – MORE INFO

Picturesque-Windmills-paper-art

Hand – MORE INFO

Hand-paper-art

Icosahedron II – MORE INFO

Icosahedron-II-paper-art

The Baron in the Trees – MORE INFO

The-Baron-in-the-Trees-paper-art

Cardboard Figure – MORE INFO

Cardboard-Figure-paper-art

Book Autopsies – MORE INFO

Book-Autopsies-paper-art

Hermit Crab 1.1 – MORE INFO

Hermit-Crab-1.1-paper-sculpture-techniques

Torus – MORE INFO

Torus-paper-art

Dictionary of American Regional English – MORE INFO

Dictionary-of-American-Regional-English-paper-art

Angel – MORE INFO

Angel-paper-art

Pink Oblivion – MORE INFO

Pink-Oblivion-paper-art

Olympic Horses for Lincoln Flower Festival – MORE INFO

Olympic-Horses-paper-art

Fern Space Burst – MORE INFO

Fern-Space-Burst-paper-art

Little Reflections – MORE INFO

little reflections paper art

Light Modulator – MORE INFO

Light-Modulator-paper-art

CLRonquist Airplane / Bi-plane Paper Sculptures – MORE INFO

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