This highly detailed 1:60 scale reproduction of a Boeing 777 was built by San Francisco-based designer Luca Iaconi-Stewart since 2008. When the project started, Luca was still a junior in high school. And the whole idea of building such complex craft starts with a simple paper model assignment.
Paper crafts are always one of favorite creations. When we were child, we used paper to make some simple items like furniture, animal and clothing. But we stopped doing that when we grew up. While for some people, paper crafts still their favorite hobby; and Jennifer Collier is definitely one of them. She takes those old Thomas Guides, vintage postcards, children’s books and pattern packets and turns them into incredible replicas of everyday items like typewriters, cameras, clothes, and even shoes. By bonding, waxing, trapping and stitching Jennifer Collier produces unusual paper ‘fabrics’, which are used to explore the ‘remaking’ of household objects. Here are some of our favorite items from her website. [source]
Papercraft gets more wonderful every time we see it, and this time, French duo Lucie Thomas and Thibault Zimmermann, founders of Nantes-based studio Zim and Zou are presenting us with this amazing and colorful papercraft which is totally awesome.
Entitled “Back to basics”, it consists in recreating vintage electronics such as a Nintendo controller, a Leica camera, a Walkman player, and more with paper. Each colorful device is cut meticulously by hand utilizing sustainable paper, and even the smallest scraps are re-used to form some of the tiny detailed components. The project took about a year to see the light of day, and is still under progress. See more in detail by clicking here and hope you enjoy!
Self-taught Korean artist Cheong-ah Hwang
creates beautiful and intricate works of art that are made entirely out of paper. We have featured many amazing paper sculptures on this site, while Cheong-ah Hwang’s work is definitely one of the most impressive ones. Really like the color and details of her work, truly 3D look. You can find out more about Cheong-ah and discover other playful, paper animal friends at her official site
and her etsy page