Mark Langan makes logos and artwork from corrugated cardboard. (via quips)
Painstakingly sliced sentences by Oakland artist Annie Vought. In some of her works the lines on the paper provide a natural structure for a single piece and in others individual words are glued to pins. How obsessive compulsively awesome. See also Jill Sylvia. (via the best part)
Interesting photo collages from Berlin-based Marie Luise Emmermann. I love this kind of derivative work. See lots more at her blog Skizzomat. (via changethought)
Wow it’s like if Michel Gondry directed Oompa Loompas. A film by This Is It.
Digging Kyle Bean’s mobile evolution Russian doll project. If you’re interested, Kyle makes many more incredible things out of a paper. (via bldg//wlf)
I think there’s a chad joke in here somewhere, but I’m too tired to find it. Jill Sylvia takes old ledger books and meticulously eviscerates them square by square, page by page, until she’s left with a delicate ledger skeleton. Papercraft meets process art. (via triangulation)