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paper cut artwork by annie vought What patience! I'd love to have a large cut-paper piece of artwork.Maybe I'll dig out one of my Gram's letters.

Emma Van Leest - if you pin or like why not pop over to her site and leave a comment?  http://www.emmavanleest.com/home/exhibitions/recent-works/

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Robert Sabuda

Folding Tree House ~ The Folded Forest Are you kidding me? A tree AND a little house?

diy paper houses / link to downloads. Via cherry blossom world.

Sarah Pinyan posted diy paper houses - Via cherry blossom world. to her -Papercraft- postboard via the Juxtapost bookmarklet.

yep, that's a toilet paper roll.

Paris-based artist Anastassia Elias creatively transforms toilet paper into amazing piece of art. She creates miniature worlds inside recycled toilet paper rolls. From zoo to soccer games to beauty parlors she has depicted many sweet […]

paper garden yr 9-10 - great dexterity project - would look great if teamed with marbelling paper in earthy tones

Modern decor: Mikromart Fold-up sculptures

Microman Garden Cube: Created for an exhibiton in London's Design Museum. Folded out from a flat sheet of stainless steel

Fred Eerdekens is a Belgian artist whose work explores still uncharted realms of linguistics in the wake of post-structuralist thought.  He makes ‘semantic landscapes’ where meanings are endlessly modified. By moving around the objects, the viewer conducts the objects, twisting and turning shadows cast by them.  ‘The topography of our mental landscapes has become increasingly intricate,’ says Eerdekens, whose work has been extensively exhibited in Europe and t

Fred Eerdekens - an interesting look at creating a piece that combines both tangible, hand-crafted typography with the type that it creates with its shadow.

Wire art : landscape

These wire art pieces are so simple and so expressive. I paticularly like the round town, I keep asking myself is it just bent wire or has it been soldered together?