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This amazing set of paper birds images was created by talented artist Andy Singleton. He certainly does have a lot of talent and by the looks of it, a lot of patience in creating these birds. Tweep tweep!
Andy Singleton is a paper artist and illustrator based in Wakefield, England. He studied Animation with Illustration at Manchester Metropolitan University. His work is an exploration of the natural and man-made world through intricate paper cuttings, paper sculpture and hand drawn illustrations [read more].
This mechanical paper art was created by the talented Jennifer Collier, who not only creates these stunning pieces of art, but runs exhibitions and workshops, too. Here, I’ve shown some examples of here work that represent machines such as cameras and binoculars [READ MORE].
This sculpture was made by Canadian artist, Janice Wright Cheney. It is titled WIDOW. She made two of these bears. One of them is in the largest of contemporary Canadian art show ever produced outside of Canada: MASS MoCA’s Oh, Canada. The bears were created using taxidermy forms. They are covered with velvet and roses which were hand-felted and dyed. WIDOW is one of several animal sculptures Wright Cheney has created during her career.
Janice Wright Cheney’s work often incorporates textiles and biology. The media is feminine but the subject matter is not. She chooses animals most people do not like. Animals like coyotes, rats, snakes, insects, and squid. Wright Cheney questions common perceptions about these creatures. She is interested in how people respond to animals in “our” environment. Textiles help her challenge these responses.
This really cute animation of baby owls was created by media artist, Isobel Knowles and Cat Rabbit. It answers the supposedly-simple question “where do owls come from”. Do stalks bring them? Well, watch this short animation and you’ll see…
It’s hard to explain the unique nature of this video (shown right after the screenshots). Basically, it’s a very analytical interpretation of the classic Red Riding Hood fairy tale. The story is expertly dissected into informational blocks, and it’s fascinating and entertaining to watch. I particularly found the scene of the fairy tale wolf being shot through the…Read More Here.