Teeny tiny origami things folded by Leipzig based paper artist Anja Markiewicz.
Without the aid of a magnifying glass, mind.
‘Fly High, Dreamers’ – a new work by Vietnamese paper artist Nguyen Hung Cuong that incorporates four origami sculptures folded from a single uncut sheet of Dó paper: a hand holding a crane, bearing a rider holding another crane.
Connecticut based artist Amy Genser cuts, rolls and arranges vast numbers of mulberry paper tubes mimicking the appearance of coral, one of which was recently installed as a 50ft mural at the Nemours Alfred I. Dupont Hopsital For Children in Delaware.
More of her work here.
Biology student Mattia Menchetti supplies a colony of European paper wasps (Polistes dominula) with coloured construction paper.
Orlaith, from Dublin ad agency, The Public House, writes:
“We’ve found a way to recycle rejected ideas and deliver some client affection at the same. Taking a year’s worth of rejected ideas, sketches and scripts, we’ve carefully created custom bouquets for our clients. While plenty of ideas made it through unscathed this year, it felt like a good use of ideas that didn’t make the cut. Call it sentimental rather than scorned.”
Fair play, in fairness.
The Public House