Some people actually love to take the rough path to create things that could’ve easily been created in a much simpler way. Meet Daniel Agdag artist from Australia, who creates intricate machines and machinery with – can you believe it? – paper and cardboard.
Paper is something you write on or use for making objects. But, here’s an artist who uses paper for both! If you’re wondering how this is possible, you just need to see his simplistic approach to folded paper art.
Paper-cut patterns always fascinate. And what Eiko Ojala creates is certainly out of this world. This amazing illustrator and graphic designer residing in Tallinn, Estonia uses an illustration technique that blends actual paper-cut patterns with digital editing. Such is Ojala’sexquisite work that his three-dimensional images really deceive the eye. This is due to his excellent …
We all have heard about engineers accomplishing great feats by constructing marvellous gadgets and structures. But, have you ever heard of an engineer whose only construction material is paper? Hard to believe!