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[23 Dec 2010 | Comments Off | ]
Paper Artist

Woah, these are seriously awesome.
Jeff Nishinaka is a Los Angeles native paper sculptor who cuts, folds and shapes paper in the least intrusive way to maintain the feel and integrity of paper in creating beautiful three-dimensional paper sculptures. He does illustration work, fine art pieces and even some large-scale installation.
Above is just one of the samples of his work. For more photos and his entire portfolio, visit ww.jeffnishinaka.com.

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[11 Nov 2010 | Comments Off | ]
“Relics” by Cody Hamilton: Classical Grecian 80s Retro

Back in August on Core77, many an aesthete’s fantasies were shattered by the news that Grecian statues, the beacons of elegance and sophistication that we so love and cherish, were in fact, originally, quite a romp of multicoloured kitsch (on Core77 here).
Talented Texan photographer Cody Hamilton, inspired by this finding, has created a deliciously anachronistic collection entitled “Relics” in which a whole host of 80s retro classics ranging from the Atari to the VHS tape—objects of perhaps the most gaudy of artistic eras—are given …