~ Saturday, April 19 ~
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from89:

Paper-Cut Light Boxes by Hari & Deepti

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catclawpress:

My face- cast from a rubber mold. Cast with linen rag pulp.

catclawpress:

My face- cast from a rubber mold. Cast with linen rag pulp.


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~ Friday, April 18 ~
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hoooooplaart:

Some bad photos of some of my latest handmade paper embeddings.


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albinolupin:

Marbled paper #paper #marbled #marblepaper #papermaking

albinolupin:

Marbled paper #paper #marbled #marblepaper #papermaking


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~ Thursday, April 17 ~
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nomoniker:







structure of a storm
original acrylic & handmade cut paper collage painting on handmade recycled paper
20” x 30”
k. zvonik 2012

nomoniker:

structure of a storm

original acrylic & handmade cut paper collage painting on handmade recycled paper

20” x 30”

k. zvonik 2012


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annycrane:

the tree

etsy

hand sewn &hand drawn on handmade paper.


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thekimonogallery:

"Mino [Mino, Japan] Lantern Festival is a weekend affair that shuts down several streets in a rustic timeless area of the town. There are several hundred entries that use paper to construct lanterns. Mino is famous in Japan for the beautiful paper products or washi.  The dark streets are lined with one lantern more elaborate then the next. The paper is twisted and folded in ways you couldn’t imagine. This globe shown is rather simple (if making several dozen paper cranes is simple), but it shows the depth of time that some makers have dedicated to their lanterns. I was told that some lanterns take upwards of a year to complete.”  Text and photography by Brendon Hicks

thekimonogallery:

"Mino [Mino, Japan] Lantern Festival is a weekend affair that shuts down several streets in a rustic timeless area of the town. There are several hundred entries that use paper to construct lanterns. Mino is famous in Japan for the beautiful paper products or washi. 
The dark streets are lined with one lantern more elaborate then the next. The paper is twisted and folded in ways you couldn’t imagine. This globe shown is rather simple (if making several dozen paper cranes is simple), but it shows the depth of time that some makers have dedicated to their lanterns. I was told that some lanterns take upwards of a year to complete.”  Text and photography by Brendon Hicks


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themobilemill:

Back at it:

I’m currently challenging myself to make paper bricks out of any non-sanitary paper that passes through my hands. Of course I’m using paper faster than I’m making it. These bricks will continue to accumulate, serving as a visual representation of ‘actual paper waste acquired by one individual’ in my thesis exhibition of The Mobile Mill at The Center for Book and Paper Arts. The symbolic gesture and actual labor involved in making bricks out of waste is strong evidence that we are far from being a ‘paperless society. Once the exhibition closes, the handmade bricks will serve as alternative fiber material for on-the-road papermaking workshops hosted by The Mobile Mill.

While non-archival, I make nearly all of my visual artwork out of recycled paper. Papermaking mechanisms have facilitated an increasing interest in deconstruction and reconstruction. In recycling salvaged found material or re-energizing abandoned artworks, I work to piece incomplete and isolated parts into a larger whole. I’m interested in the scraps, the threads and the shreds. And the shit that sits on my studio floor. The collection of grit and grime and the dust that clogs my eyes become materials for a visual language. In looking at ‘broken’ things, I see all sorts of things. Because it’s not fixed my mind tries to fix it, find place for it, save it, heal it. As a maker, I am a huge proponent of repurposed materials. For me, ‘sustainable’ means “working with what I’ve got and making from what I know.”

 


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~ Wednesday, April 16 ~
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red-lipstick:

Vally Nomidou (Greek) - The exhibition, entitled Let It Bleed, is a series of life-size sculptures, as well as a series of fragments, such as heads or hands, all made of paper. Sculptures: Paper, Paperboard, Newspapers, Paper Towels, Handmade Paper, Other Found Materials


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allucinate:

HOME by linn: papirstjerne -slik lagar du den on We Heart It.

allucinate:

HOME by linn: papirstjerne -slik lagar du den on We Heart It.


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fuckyeahbookarts:

Thinking Buried by Gina’s Eye (fynearts)

"It’s a continuing fascination … after a year of laying out handmade papers in the weather, collecting and cleaning them, I am now considering their use in various pieces…"


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~ Monday, April 14 ~
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~ Sunday, April 13 ~
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cinoh:

Franz Erhard Walther, “The Body Decides” installation view at WIELS, Brussels, 2014 

cinoh:

Franz Erhard Walther, “The Body Decides” installation view at WIELS, Brussels, 2014 


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~ Friday, April 11 ~
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ymutate:

artist: Ann Weber: “Corrugated” at Boise Art Museum
 source: boiseweekly

ymutate:

artist: Ann Weber: “Corrugated” at Boise Art Museum
source: boiseweekly

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