The world created by
, a Danish paper artist, freelance designer of haute couture fashion accessories jewellery and interiors, is soft and ethereal, full of ruffled petals and textured layers that cascade to the ground or down the body. While a lot of the work she shares online are large format installations, she also has an amazing eye for detail. Her small, refined pieces – which she describes as jewellery/garment hybrids have been worn by A-listers, fashionistas and ballerinas. Regardless of the format, whether big or small, her work exudes a certain softness – a dreaminess that makes you want just to nestle in between the petals to sleep.
(All images sourced from Marianne’s website)
Christine Kim is an amazing paper artist from Toronto. Her installations are out-of-this-world awesome and her mixed media pieces are breathtaking. I loved reading about her inspirations too – it’s great to see the little (or big) things that play a part in the way art is created.
1. Hexagon detail.
2. Pandemonium detail.