This week I promised would be the Roshambo week of paper but as it turns out I will be away for most of it with very limited access to the internet (not always a bad thing) so I will have to put a pause on the paperfest until the week after next - you may still get some intermittent ramblings and findings.
As a taste of what's to come (and where we have been) here is a little sample. Rock meets paper
Canadian photographer Evonne Bellefleur photographic art prints of paper 'blocks' created by prop stylist Caitlin Doherty. They are available via Bellefleur's store SOTI (something of interest) where she sells art and photography for people looking for art to compliment the design of their space. They are really reasonably priced and you can shop by colour. I think this is great as too often mass produced art to be used for styling or interiors is a little scary and home craft-tastic.
And below - Lydia Kasumi Shirreff's Small 3D objects created for installation in her Animal, Mineral, Vegetable exhibition in 2011. In her own words this 'Half-Brit half-Japanese illustrator / 3D paper modeller....thrives on good-looking minerals and dusty astronomy books' - I will hopefully show some more of her paper works the week after next - until then take care.