Whether you make one origami skull or a whole family of origami skulls you’ll enjoy the options for dressing them up to celebrate either the Day of the Dead or Halloween. All you need is a square piece of paper and your hands. The origami skull can be made with white office paper (8.5(…)
Artist Tsvetislava Koleva of Sofia, Bulgaria created these Day of the Dead sculptures with nothing but paper. I can only imagine the time and effort required in cutting some of those parts, such as the feathers. You can see more on her Facebook page or Instagram page.
Artists Etsy Page: http://www.etsy.com/shop/SandraArteagA Artists Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/SandraArteagaDolls Artists Website and Blog: http://sandra-arteaga-dolls.blogspot.com I recently discovered Sandra Arteaga’s Etsy page and had to share it! She makes the most incredible paper dolls. In her own words (she’s Spanish, so English is a second language… be nice!): I exist since 20th December 1980. I always keep open(…)
Li Hongbo – Pure White Paper from Dominik Mersch Gallery on Vimeo. Li Hongbo demonstrating, how his paper sculptures work. from Dominik Mersch Gallery on Vimeo. What at first look like delicate works of carved porcelain are actually thousands of layers of soft white paper, carved into busts, skulls, and human forms by Beijing artist(…)
I wanted a little 8 bit skull to hang from my rear view mirror, so I drew this guy up. He comes in 2 flavors, plus a blank one so you can color him yourself to look however you want. If you make one yourself send me a photo and a link to your facebook(…)
A while back I ran into the infamous dragon illusion made by magician Jerry Andrus and later adapted for the Gathering for Gardner. I desperately wanted one of these in the form of a skull/skeleton but there were none out there, so I made my own. I put him up in my office at work and(…)