To carry on with the same tendency of this week, where we previously showcased the astounding wool illustrations by Kivensajibb, today we like to show you this magnificent roundup featuring some awesome illustrations made with paper as the main medium. Now you’ll get to see the amazing job made by some of the best exponents of this beautiful technique.
Paper Illustrations by Carlos Meira
A tribute to the members of Samba schools in Rio de Janeiro.
Paper illustrations by People Too
The scenes made by the people from People Too as well as the detail level exposed in each one of their illustrations are absolutely breathtaking. Every piece of paper, every pencil, every detail carefully made using paper to make sure that nothing goes wrong.
Heart paper by Adolfo Correa
Alberto Cerriteño and his astounding illustrations
There’s not much to say about Alberto Cerriteño, just that he’s one of the most famous illustrators in the world and known for his particular childish style. His technique can be recognized anywhere and on this occasion we have some great 3D illustrations made by overlapping paper pieces.
Yulia Brodskaya is probably the most famous artist among the people that works this technique. One hell of an artist from the cold lands of Russia.
The Yum Yum crew is better known for their astonishing puppets made on different techniques and, though these next images were made using a digital software, we’ve decided that they’re just to darn good to be skipped from the list, after all this can be made in paper with some patience, talent and lots of free time.
Amazing aren’t they?, here at Mishës we love all the non-conventional techniques that appear every day, which ones are your favorites?, what are your favorite techniques?, send us your illustrations to our Flickr group so we can share them with the rest of the world, thanks for stopping by and we’ll see you next time.