The ability to create something from a relatively inexpensive and very accessible medium such as paper is really inspiring.

Paper seems easier to work with compared to other materials such as ceramics or wood, but when you see the featured works of art in this showcase, you’ll soon see that these pieces were extremely difficult to make.

Jaguar Paper Mask by Jacqui OakleyJaguar Paper Mask by Jacqui Oakley

ÖLEG by Fabien "JUX" Rousseau & Kevin Lemarchand ÖLEG by Fabien "JUX" Rousseau & Kevin Lemarchand

Octopus Papercraft by Daan De DeckereOctopus Papercraft by Daan De Deckere

Cut into sections by Lobulo DesignCut into sections by Lobulo Design

Jeff NishinakaJeff Nishinaka

Yulia BrodskayaYulia Brodskaya

Little Fox sculpture by Wolfram KampffmeyerLittle Fox sculpture by Wolfram Kampffmeyer

ITE rebrand by Sherman ChiaITE rebrand by Sherman Chia

Day by Day by Cecilia LevyDay by Day by Cecilia Levy

Swan Paper-craft by Deepali KaranjavkarSwan Paper-craft by Deepali Karanjavkar

HABITAT PATCH by Mauro lovadinaHABITAT PATCH by Mauro lovadina

Nishimura Yuko - test by Polly VerityNishimura Yuko – test by Polly Verity

Kid Buu Life Size 1m30 by Paperwolvy ArtKid Buu Life Size 1m30 by Paperwolvy Art

Kusudama Vessel by Carlos N.Kusudama Vessel by Carlos N.

Escalade by Anastassia EliasEscalade by Anastassia Elias

Peacock Feathers by Lisa RoddenPeacock Feathers by Lisa Rodden

Louis Vuitton – Invitation Origami by HappycentroLouis Vuitton – Invitation Origami by Happycentro

Cosmic Complex by Jen StarkCosmic Complex by Jen Stark

COVER | MA APPLICATION by Carolin WanitzekCOVER | MA APPLICATION by Carolin Wanitzek

Distant Wish by Peter CallesenDistant Wish by Peter Callesen

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