Nuria Mora

I’m packing up this morning for a quick trip back to Austin for SXSW and our panel on the future of lifestyle media (stop by if you’re in town!). My brain is racing with things I need to finish, so I thought I’d start by sharing some amazing eye candy in the form of a paper art installation. Created by Nuria Mora, this fantastic installation was created for the ARCO fair and includes dozens upon dozens of geometric paper shapes. I’d be happy to live or work inside that installation for a while, but these pictures are a good start. To see more and watch the installation created from start to finish, click here. xo, grace

  1. Look at those beautiful stacks of paper waiting to be transformed into something even more magical. Love this post!

  2. Mimi Nizan says:

    this is beautiful :) love the colors and the whole concept

  3. Diana says:

    I love this! What an amazing project. It’s like what you’d get if origami started growing on its own, like kudzu.

  4. sherrie says:

    Colorful, fun, playful on a large scale

  5. Rita says:

    Don’t forget to pack a raincost and your wellies – it’s raining cats and dogs and supposed to rain all weekend.


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