Maude White crafts incredible detailed single thread paper art

Maude White is a papercutting artist living in the Hudson Valley. She loves the great strength, yet delicacy of paper. Her work is done on the macro as well as the micro level. Every cut is exact and meaningful.

She enjoys playing with positive and negative space to create fantastic scenes and stories. She considers herself an artist and a craftsperson and has a deep respect for the paper she transforms. In pursuing her work, she hopes to make visible to others the immense world of possibilities that every piece of paper holds.

Maude White

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Pierre Pellegrini captures Switzerland in winter to reveal a minimalist landscape dream

Winter changes the landscape immensely, trees lose colours, animals go into hiding and the grasses are carpeted under layers of icy white snow. The landscape is transformed to one with fewer colours, with black and white, plain chrome is major representation.

It make for some surreal imagry, hence swiss based amatuer photographer Pierre Pellegrini, finds time to document the stillness of the winter in Aldesago, Switzerland in a series of appealing minimalist photos.

Pierre is a self taught photographter who discovered his love for landscapes. The former architectural designer , had to switch career path, ( to a physical education teacher, during which he applied for photography sessions ) to offer him enough time to pursue his passion

“For me, photography represents a wonderful mean to communicate and, at the same time, to give the viewers the chance to feel emotions” he told Ausquerry.

” I am not quite sure if it‘s me who is looking for the themes or if it‘s the themes themselves who are looking for me. Yet, whenever such an encounter happens, a picture arises, perfectly in syntony with myself and with my personality ”

Pierre Pellegrini, Aldesago, Switzerland
50 years old Born on September 7, 1968, in Sorengo, Switzerland

Hanna Dovhan handcrafts fluffy woolly items for interior space.

My name is Hanna Dovhan, I’m a Ukrainian designer based in Kharkiv. I craft special figurines and toys with soft wool; from animals to food, fancy items to decorate your home or to give as gifts.

A simple watercolor swan sparks a painting war

A simple water color Swan on Reddit has lead to some creative works been threw about the internet space. The spark plug of this creative exchange was pioneered by a Reddit user Daddafo, who had posted his Mum’s art , asking for some appraisal to encourage her creative strides.

But the response he got took a surprisingly weird turn. With different Reddit creatives coming up with unique ways to depict his Mum holding her painting.

The art -inception follow series of artist as they attempt to capture the initial water colour Swan painting and other depictions of the painting in other painting, all in unique styles and forms ; they are familiar with.

The art-inception follow several branches of the ‘inception” with several been made spreading into a web like interconnected links of artist drawing each other , who drew Daddafo’s Mum.

Wu chu amazing sculptures from upcycled gold foils

Creativity takes various famous, either a sureal sculpture from fruits or a colourful bird from paper, they are worth appreciating. Most importantly when it uses up garbage and lessens the amount of trash going to landfill.

Creative Ciro Wai  , a Chinese artist utilizes waste wrappers from Ferrero Rocher ( a chocolate brand ) for a series of impressive miniature sculptures. His process up-cycles the left-over gold foils in a series of sculptures dedicated to Chinese zodiac signs. And with several other collection of real and mythical animals.

A few of his projects are shown below:

200,000 straws forms colorful plastic wave in Vietnam

each straw we use — for 10 minutes or 10 seconds — will likely float in oceans for 450 years. by 2050, there’s estimated to be more plastic in the sea than fish. these statistics and others like them are sewn together in a spoken word story by steve connell in the video above, ‘the last straw.’

Created by Von Wong

Shanell Papp crafts an exact replica of the human skeleton in Crochet

Shanell Papp from Lethbridge, Canada decided to explore the human body she picked a method that excited her just as much as the theme. Crochet.

John Ed crafts intriguing paper portraits of pop culture icons

John Ed De Vera is a multidisciplinary designer who creates impressive imaginary worlds with simple tools like paper and scissors. His paper art mesmerizes people with its intricacy as well as its use of depth and shadow, created by stacking several layers of paper together.

Each step requires meticulous hand-crafting. Each element is first traced on bond paper and then, transferred to a thicker piece that is cut and compiled into a colorful arrangement. From fictional characters to famous pop-culture icons, we have no doubt this artist can make anything jump off the page with his paper creations.

10+ detailed shell painting by Mary Kenyon

Texan creative Mary Kenyon has spent some time painting and and crafting trinkets from beads and colored stones. Her recent works blends her passions into “treasures like shell”

Several of her , handpicked seas shells are ornamented with details and colors to give them an added flair.