Admiring these oversized paper flower created by Marianne Eriksen Scott-Hansen who graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts – The School of Design in 1995 with a degree in fashion design. The Copenhagen-based artist gained international recognition for her handmade accessories created under the brand, M.E.S.H. Her meticulous hand-cutting technique recently expanded into the creations of small and large decorations for rooms and interiors.
You can follow the artist on her website, Facebook and Instagram.
Images: Courtesy of Marianne Eriksen Scott-Hansen.
Sabeena Karnik is an artist and graphic designer living in Mumbai, India. She is internationally known for her quilled illustrations and typography. She has mastered the art of quilling, rolling paper into coils, pinching them into shapes and gluing them to create decorative designs. On Verve Magazine she say this about her art:
“I am not aware of anyone else doing it as a full-time profession in India. When you think of creating with paper, it’s always considered to be for gifts. Quilling is something that you learn in a hobby class; no one really thought of taking it to the next level. I wanted to break that barrier.”
More of her work can be seen on Behance, Facebook and Instagram. She has a small shop here on Big Cartel.
Images: Courtesy of Sabeena Karnik.
Looks like we have another craft to learn, Nanduti lace. The name means “spider web” in the indigenous language of Paraguay. The lace is worked on tightly stretched frame and are released by cutting away the backing fabric. The samples shown above are the work of Japanese Nanduti artist, Eriko Watabe. She sells elegant accessories under her brand name Puka.
The artist can be followed on Facebook and Instagram. She also has a shop here on Japanese Base shop select market.
Images: Courtesy of Eriko Watabe.