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PAPER at Munch Gallery.

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Share This.If you’re looking for raw artistry, Munch Gallery is a desired destination. Curated by Frodo Mikkelsen, PAPER features the works of 20 Danish artists who were all given a challenge: use only black ink/pencil and the work has to be on paper. The artists, 10 women and 10 men, were up for the challenge and executed quite wonderfully. Quiet Lunch stopped by for the opening reception. We got the chance to Read More

Katachi x Tokumaru.

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Share This.Take a look at this beautiful music video for “Katachi” by Shugo Tokumaru. It uses stop motion animation with colored cutouts, but unlike most animations that use the technique, the cutout used in the previous frame isn’t removed. Instead, each cutout is placed against the last to form what looks like a shockingly long row of dominoes.   Watching the pieces of frames build on each other one by Read More

Vantours’ Contours.

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Share This.French designer Maud Vantours has her hands in few projects now and days but her Spirales series really stands among the bunch. The beautiful paper sculptures are colorful and interactive. Vantours uses an innvoative method that breath life into each on of her pieces. The ones featured below, and others, can be purchase at her →online shop.←

99 Copies of Books on the Wall.

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Share This.Melissa Jay Craig is truly intertwined with her work. The effort and dedication she puts into each piece is unfathomable. In fact, many paper artists can be accused of such dedication but it often takes further examination to come to such a conclusion. However, when it comes to Craig’s (S)Edition, you can see it from miles off. Craig, who is very hard of hearing, is a huge lover of books; Read More

The Future of Food.

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Share This.What you see is not just a scattered assortment of paper cutouts. What you are looking is The Future of Food, a dazzling series by Zim  & Zou. Lucie Thomas teamed up with Thibault Zimmermann to form Zim & Zou, a French studio based in Nancy that explores different fields including paper sculpture, installation, graphic design, illustration.

Fresh Cut Suits.

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Share This.Graphic designer Jonathan Shackleton was approached by the Italian paper company Fedrigoni and was offered the opportunity to create an ill campaign that would “ensure the entire UK design industry hears about the paper selection tool, consisting of 262 various paper samples which enables designers to choose the best shade and most suitable surface for their very next project.” — His words, not ours. By the way, we think he nailed Read More

A Thousand Words.

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Share This.Annie Vought has an infatuation with text. Her paper cut letters are skeletons of found handwritten notes and letters, carved out with an Exact-o knife. Despite it’s delicate nature, Vought’s works are a visual demonstration of the long-lasting strength of words. Vought’s patience and precision in etching out each leaf of paper is as if she is exposing her bones to her audience. The vulnerability of the pieces is Read More

Basking in the (Sun)dqvist.

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Share This. The Roots. (Photo Courtesy of Fideli Sundqvist) Continuing on our paper chase for the week, Fideli Sundqvist’s works in the medium take us to a dreamy place; complete with chirping birds and sun rays. She delicately carves out dainty figures that are lively, jovial and bursting with color. Little Helpers. (Photo Courtesy of Fideli Sundqvist) Sundqvist’s works are like instant pockets of good cheer; a sure sign of Read More

Paper Trail.

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Share This.A Brooklynite by way of Minneapolis, Minnesota, Jean Seestadt’s approach to life seems very similar to her approach to her work. Working like a surgeon with a scalpel, Seestadt’s mood is devil-may-care but her precision is clean, sharp, and–upon even closer inspection–as accurately executed as one can do. After a digital dinner date, Seestadt invited us into her studio space at Hunter College’s MFA building in Hell’s Kitchen, Manhattan, Read More

The Roads to Creation.

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Share This.Sometimes art takes patience; and once patience is coupled with innovation, it can make for an intriguing experience. Nikki Rosato‘s road map pieces — made from hand cut road maps — looks dizzying at first but a simple step back allows you see the “bigger picture”. We caught up with Rosato and attempted to explore the artist behind these seemingly intricate masterpieces. On her the source of her inspiration: “My work Read More