Art

Zaria Forman’s Hyperrealistic Icy Landscapes

How many shades of blue are there? Judging by Zaria Forman's hyperrealistic paintings, too many to count. Focusing mainly on icebergs as they converge with oceans, her landscapes document the jarring effects...

Liz West Transforms Space Using Light and Color

British artist Liz West treats art as a means to turn the ordinary into the extraordinary. “I think we need to be taken out of the ordinary and put into the extraordinary,”...

The Stained Art of Alexandra Carter

Illustrator and painter Alexandra Carter admit that abstract and minimal work never seemed to be an option for her. She needed more to hold onto, she needed to feel engaged. She found...

John A. Peralta Deconstructs Iconic Objects and Machines

John A. Peralta proves that, if presented the right way, the inner workings of a machine can turn out to be a stunning piece of art. Fully self-taught, Peralta's unconventional style of...

Anne ten Donkelaar’s Collages are a Thing of Beauty

Anne ten Donkelaar incorporates nature into her art, quite literally. Her delicate collages are composed of both paper images and actual specimens from her garden. Those include flowers and the occasional butterfly,...

Meet Architectures-Turned-Paper Artists, JUDiTH+ROLFE

Creative duo JUDiTH+ROLFE joined forces to create their unique paper art brand that revolves around modern, simple and clean design. With a background in architecture, their work is very structured, employing techniques...

Zim & Zou’s Paper Art is a Real Treat

Having studied graphic design together, Lucie Thomas and Thibault Zimmermann decided to form a creative partnership based on their love of craftsmanship. Known collectively as Zim & Zou, they create handcrafted objects...

An Observation of Nature: Amy Genser’s Paper Art

Amy Genser’s paper art is simultaneously irregular and ordered, reminding of aerial landscape views, satellite imagery, and biological cellular processes. Taking note from nature itself - of natural formations and organic processes -...

Mark Wagner’s Collages are Cost-Effective

Mark Wagner's collages make for a bold statement, largely because of the materials from which they are compiled. Using US dollars exclusively as his medium, Wagner recreates presidential portraits and famous paintings,...

Jacky Cheng is at a Crossroads Between Paper Art and Paper Architecture

Jacky Cheng's paper cut art is the result of her clever layering techniques - techniques that wholly rely on her background in architecture. Born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, she received her...