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In Cotton Bird Designs you can discover a beautiful selection of handmade decorations made from vintage linens and recycled papers and fabrics. Sweet love birds are also available for custom design as wedding cake toppers. A very original and creative idea.

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Paper Tetris

7/26/2010

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Tetris is my latest addiction. So I just couldn’t believe the fantastic work of Zim & Zou a design studio from France.




Here are some pics from their paper game project but make sure to check out their site for more paper sculpture, installations and illustrations!

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Le Creative Sweatshop

5/23/2010

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Absolutely fresh and original paper creations by the “Le Creative Sweatshop” team.

“Le Creative Sweatshop is the result of the encounter between Ndeur and Make a Paper World in January 2009: a conceptual agency based of modern communication means and mediums, through the lens of the DIY culture, working on volume and space scenography.”


Here you see a sample of their paper accessories. Make sure to drop by their site for more paper magic!
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Sweet Beasts

4/15/2010

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An enchanting collection of whimsical creations sculpted in paper mache and handpainted by a true dreamer!

As the artist of Sweet Bestiary notes: “Each of those little beings is a bit of a beast. Be they quasi-animal or completely human. Something about them disturbs me -and touches me, at the same time. Bestiary is the title of my favourite story by Julio Cortázar, my favourite writer”.
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Cut out Magic

4/8/2010

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An enchanting paper sculpture collection by Helen Musselwhite who creates whimsical artwork inspired by the natural world!

As the artist states: Each piece combines the hand cutting, folding and scoring of a wide range of papers and card that are further worked on to create patterned and textured surfaces. They are then used to build scenes in box frames which are often complex and consist of many layers. This process means that each item of work is truly individual with no two pieces the same.”
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Paper Inspirations

4/7/2010

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Totally inspiring and original paper shoes by David Brownings a young talented illustrator and paper maniac from Bristol.

Check out his site for more cool paper creations, including his “Pop Up Disaster Book”!
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Colour in Dress

3/27/2010

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How about coloring your dress according to your mood? Yes, you heard correctly!


The “Colour-In Dress” by Berber Soepboer and Michiel Schuurman gives you the opportunity to include a unique item in your wardrobe, as you can color the textile patterns yourself.


A very cool and creative idea indeed!


 


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Money Origami

3/22/2010

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In Won Park’s gallery you can view a wide variety of origami designs that will surely provide you a whole new way in viewing money!

The complexity and detail of these are amazing! My favorite is the spider. What is yours?
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Design Time

3/16/2010

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Gillian Swan is the London based designer of the Oscar & Victor Project, a minimal and design clock collection inspired by geological features and the interplay between shadows and angles.



The playful geometrical patterns are very interesting and cool to look at and will absolutely look fantastic in any modern space.

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Mesmerizing Colors

2/17/2010

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The Wonderland Studio specializes in creating a magical and colorful atmosphere in your space. A perfect idea for nursery rooms if placed over the crib or changing table but also for decorating your living room of course! Just imagine these beautifully combined colors and shapes floating over your head!

These kinetic mobiles are handmade, light and ideal if you want to give a vivid touch of color in your life. What’s even more interesting is that the designer welcomes custom orders that can match with your own décor.

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