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These Amazing Pictures Were Created By Simply Folding Paper - UltraLinx

These Amazing Pictures Were Created By Simply Folding Paper

L’art du pliage de Simon Schubert

L’art du pliage de Simon Schubert

German artist Simon Schubert Folds Creases On Paper To Form Architectural ‘Drawings’

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Creased Paper Artworks - By Simon Schubert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sources: (simonschubert.de) (twistedsifter.com)

Arts&Crafts # 339

Cologne artist Simon Schubert creates intricate images of stately homes and palaces simply by folding plain white sheets of paper.

In his Paper Art series, Simon Schubert meticulously folds sheets of paper, creating a very shallow relief or bas-relief. When the lighting is right, the paper comes to life with depth and contrast. Each ‘sculpture’ is made from a single sheet of paper using only creases and folds. No additional colour is added to the works. About the author: Simon Schubert (born 1976) is an artist based in Cologne, Germany, …

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Paper ARTIST: Simon Schubert Delicate interaction of shadow and light in the folded paper creates a dual yet effect

Simon Schubert (Alemania) - Pasillo del Palacio Real de Berlín, 2011, 100 x 75 cm.

Simon Schubert (Alemania) - Pasillo del Palacio Real de Berlín, 2011, 100 x 75 cm.

Creased Paper Sculptures – By Simon Schubert

Arts&Crafts # 110

German artist Simon Schubert did something really unique with paper. He didn´t draw on it in any way, but creased shapes in it. This surprisingly gives enough depth to create architectural drawings. Schubert ´draws´ both imaginary and existing spaces.

Incredible Folded Paper Art by Simon Schubert

Incredible Folded Paper Art by Simon Schubert

It’s possible to draw amazing pictures without using paint or any tools other than hands for paper folding. A German artist named Simon Schubert (born 1976) has spent 2 years perfecting the art of folding paper, and now it takes him up to a week to create each of his elaborate masterpieces. “The first attempt was not really so successful, took quite a while to get the technique perfect” – says Simon.

German artist Simon Schubert has perfected the art of folding and unfolding pieces of paper to create these incredible illustration

simonschubert(light on desk2), 2015, 50cm x 35cm

Paper Interior Portraits By Simon Schubert

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