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Giant Suspended Net Installations by Janet Echelman

February 18, 2014

Christopher Jobson

In the late 1990s artist Janet Echelman traveled to India as a Fulbright Scholar with the intention of giving painting exhibitions around the country. She shipped her painting supplies ahead of time and landed in the fishing village of Mahabalipuram to begin her exhibitions with one major hitch: the painting supplies never arrived. While walking through the village Echelman was struck by the quality and variety of nets used by the local fisherman and questioned what it might look like if such nets were hung and illuminated in the air. Could it be a new approach to sculpture? A new…

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The Art of the Dollar: Meticulous Currency Collages by Mark Wagner

August 9, 2013

Christopher Jobson

Brooklyn-based artist Mark Wagner (previously) has been referred to as "the greatest living collage artist" and even "the Michael Jordan of glue". The artist has a wide variety of artistic pursuits from writing and artist bookmaking to drawing and assemblage, though he is probably best known for his intricately cut and assembled currency collages using the one dollar bill. From his artist statement: The one dollar bill is the most ubiquitous piece of paper in America. Collage asks the question: what might be done to make it something else? It is a ripe material: intaglio printed on sturdy linen stock,…

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Trees Cut From Paper Shopping Bags by Yuken Teruya

December 11, 2013

Christopher Jobson

For his recent solo show earlier this year at Pippy Houldsworth, Japanese artist Yuken Teruya (previously) transformed the waste products of consumerism—luxury gift bags—into cut paper trees that rise like fragile silhouettes from inside each bag. Via Pippy Houldsworth: Discussing how Teruya’s bags are made, Megan Ratner explains that he ‘begins with photographs of trees, which he transfers to his computer, superimposing this image on the logo-ed side of a shopping bag. Using the original shape as a guide, he deftly cuts a two-part silhouette – lower branches/trunk and leafy top – folding and twisting the two halves into the…

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Cut Paper Sculptures and Illustrations by Elsa Mora

November 6, 2013

Christopher Jobson

Multimedia artist Elsa Mora was born and raised in Cuba before moving to the U.S. in 2001. Mora now lives and works in Los Angeles where she creates beautiful cut paper sculptures, illustrations and other visual curiosities with nothing but paper and glue. A number of her original works are available on her Etsy. She'll also have work at the upcoming About Paper exhibition at Couturier Gallery in L.A. starting December 7th. (via Lustik)  

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DIY Foldable Paper Animal Lights by MostLikely

February 25, 2013

Christopher Jobson

The folks over at the Vienna-based mostlikelyShop have a great collection of DIY foldable paper lampshade kits. Each lampshade template arrives rolled in a tube and includes info on how to fold, glue and assemble the light, however you'll have to supply your own stand/bulb socket/glue. Once you've assembled a few lamps maybe it's time to tackle the epic $20k Basilisk paper sculpture? Check 'em out.

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New Typewriter Part Birds by Jeremy Mayer

June 30, 2013

Christopher Jobson

Artist Jeremy Mayer (previously) just completed this beautiful set of swallows using assembled typewriter parts. The pieces required Mayer to find multiple sets of identical parts adding a significant amount of time to sourcing materials, but as a happy accident the artist also discovered his design allowed for the wings to partially retract. If you're unfamiliar with Mayer's work it might surprise you to know that he doesn't use solder or glue (or even objects that haven't originated from a typewriter), but instead assembles everything using only native parts. You can follow his progress for this and other projects over…

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