If you have seen one paper art, you have seen them all, right? Wrong! The paper art created by this amazing Russian illustrator and animator is something unique.
Meet Margret Scrinkl, who not only creates her works using paper but also blends it with plasticine. According to her, these two materials are her favourite and adequate enough to express her artistic acumen. Her work does not involve paper folding, but paper cutting and pasting. This gives that appealing 3D effect to all her creations.
There is little doubt that what Scrinkl does is a back-breaking job, meticulously cutting out miniature objects from paper and pasting it in intricate patterns and designs on the canvas. Little wonder her handcrafted creations turn out to be mind-boggling.
What is even more appreciable about this paper artist is not using any digital support for her creations in these digital times. Every detail, whether it is the curves, bends, cuts or layers, she does it by hand using basic tools and implements.
Her imagination in turning paper and plasticine into works of art is what is grabbing eyeballs. On Instagram alone, she has over 34,000 followers. So, if you want to own a piece of Scrinkl’s work, visit her Etsy shop.