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Paper Artists

by Grace Bonney

When we were coming up with our post ideas for this week we thought, how can we talk about paper without including some of our favourite paper artists? Now we’re sure most of you are probably familiar with these wonderful artisans, but sometimes it’s just nice to have a visual reminder of all the amazing work that’s out there!

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Heather Smith Jones

Heather was one of the first people we “met” through blogging and she has become such a wonderful friend. Her pinhole work is stunning and appeals to our sometimes obsessive nature :). Can you even imagine how gorgeous an entire room wallpapered with these would be?

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Patricia Zapata

Patricia’s book, Home, Paper, Scissors will be available in bookstores in August, but you can pre-order it here . Her work is so charming and beautiful in its simplicity.

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Esther Ramirez

We have been big fans of Esther Ramirez for a while and always love looking through her etsy shop to see what’s new. She uses such great color combinations that can’t help but make you smile.

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Yuli Brodskaya

And of course there is Yuli Brodskaya, who leaves us in awe with her concise and brilliant PAPERgraphics. Pure eye candy!

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Simon Schubert

Simon Schubert’s stunning folded paper works seem to appear as just a crumpled piece of paper from afar. When seen up close and you can really see how much detail there actually is. They’re really quite something.

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Julene Harrison

If you haven’t seen Julene Harrison’s work, what are you waiting for? She creates charming custom papercut pieces with precision.

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Robert Ryan

Last, but certainly not least, is Robert Ryan! We couldn’t forget about him now, could we? Whimical and sweet, his pieces definitely stand out from the rest.

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