Paper art has gone from, well art, to appearing more and more in commercial settings in the past years. From package designs, window displays and viral videos, we have found our favorite artists to be inspired by and follow on social media.
If you love in-progress photos and colour, this is the account for you. You will also find love stop motion videos of the work being created.
Often combining stop motion and paper art, Tommy Perez brings humour and a wonderful eye for detail. With clients such as Nike and Nickelodeon, it truly shows the versatility of paper art.
Zim & Zou
The sheer scale of Zim & Zou's projects are awe inspiring! They often take on window displays with an astonishing level of detail.
Lorraine has illustrated a book for Neil deGrasse Tyson and the work often features people and scenes.
Amy is based in London and focuses mainly and 2D and 3D sculptures. She has exhibited her work at "Sounds Of The City Exhibition and won the "Prize Of Illustration 2017" for her work.
Lydia Kasumi Shirreff
If you are looking for a minimalistic style with great impact, you have come to the right place.
A wonderful mix of set design, stop motion and Pokemon paper craft.
Laura makes custom paper portraits and offers workshops. There are also some absolute dream houses in paper!
Focusing on plants, Tania Lissova's instagram has details galore! There is a perfect mix between in-progress photos and finished pieces that can be bought on Etsy.
Strong colours, layers and lots of inspiration from nature. Matilda Jung uses paper to create intriguing worlds.
This is where paper art meets fashion in a wonderfully inspiring Instagram account. From the weird to the wonderful and everything in between.
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