Meloney Celliers is a paper crafter living in South Devon, England. Paper quilling has been around for hundreds of years but has recently experienced a revival as artists discover its creative possibilities. Celliers adds a new dimension to quilling by combining minimal black line illustrations with a burst of bright colored papers rolled and coiled into floral shapes. You can see more of her work on Facebook and Instagram.
Images: Courtesy of Meloney Celliers.
Admiring these delicate cut paper art of San Francisco-based artist, Kanako Abe. Her paper cutouts are so fine that they look as though they were drawn by pen. The Sendai, Japan born talent describes herself as a katagami (craft of making paper stencils for dyeing textile) and paper-cut artist who tries to capture and explore everyday moments and thoughts.
You can follow the artist on her website, Facebook and Instagram.
Images: Courtesy of Kanako Abe.
Found these delicate accessory designs on the Japanese handmade market site Minne. They are the creations of married couple artist Ling Shim Ee and architect Kazunori Takeishi. The wearable art objects are sold under the atelier name Monocircus and created with 3d printing technology. They chose this production method to produce complex designs and forms not possible to be achieve by hand. They were also able to work with a variety of materials such as nylon plastic, stainless steel and silver.
You can view and purchase their work on their website. They can also be followed on Facebook and Instagram.
Images: Courtesy of Monocircus.