I think I’ve got a cut paper design ready to start. I think. The possibilities are many.
Here are links to some paper cutting sites I like:
- Kako Ueda‘s work, which cannot be adequately described;
- Beatrice Coron incorporates paper cutting in her books as well as in broadsides (there’s a lot to see, including her recent work, inner city series, commissions, and more);
- Peter Callesen, see my later blog post here — he was one of the first cut-paper artists I remember seeing online;
- Chris Natrop‘s incredibly intricate (and huge) masterpieces;
- Lane Twitchell‘s beautiful abstract pieces;
- Su Blackwell‘s book-cut sculptures and installation pieces;
- the work of Ingrid Siliakus showcased at the Holland Paper Biennial 2006 (check out her “Ferris Wheel” page, created for the White Book);
- the cut-paper book objects of Georgia Russell;
- Jill Sylvia‘s show “Ledger” at the Eleanor Harwood Gallery in San Francisco;
- a variety of paper cutting by Drew King;
- “Universal Language: The Art of Papercutting” was an exhibition shown at the Selena Gallery, NYC, in 2003, under the auspices of the Guild of American Papercutters.
Here are some related paper arts sites that blow me away:
- wholemovement, a site showcasing paper models made from 9″diameter paper plates;
- the architectural paper sculptures of Nishimura Yuko;
- Ronnie Remmentilla’s flickr site showing his paper model of Howl’s Moving Castle.
In case these links are not enough, here is Beatrice’s comprehensive list of links.