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Topographic paper landscapes, Noriko Ambe.

Topographic Paper Landscapes Noriko Ambe The Japaneses artist Noriko Ambe revealed a new work for him, Topographic Paper Landscapes, in the first sight you

Cutting Book Series with ED Ruscha by Noriko Ambe

Noriko Ambe Cutting Book Series with ED Rushca “Artists who make pieces, Artists who do books” (detail)

Patience. paper. and an Exacto knife. Noriko Ambe carved paper sculptures

and an Exacto knife. Noriko Ambe carved paper sculptures-- this makes my collages look like child's play.

Topographic Paper Landscapes by Noriko Ambe “Started in ’99, this is my life work. I individually cut single sheets of paper by free-hand and stack them together. The work consists of positive or negative shapes. I am trying to embody relationships among humans, time and nature.”

Artist Noriko Ambe bores holes into books with an X-Acto knife, creating what appears to be the physical erosion of knowledge. (Image courtesy of MCAD)

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Topographic Paper Landscapes Noriko Ambe The Japaneses artist Noriko Ambe revealed a new work for him, Topographic Paper Landscapes, in the first sight you

Rippling Installation Made of 10,000 Strips of Paper - My Modern Metropolis

Rippling Installation Made of 10,000 Strips of Paper

Italian based artist Daniele Papuli creates site-specific installations made of paper. The sculptural floor piece known as Cartoframma consists of over strips of paper that curve and spiral out to create a magnificent rippling effect.

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rudolph jackson / topographic map of a mysterious rash that appeared on my backside

Ambe, N. (28 March, 2012). Topographic Paper Landscapes. Retrieved from: http://strictlypaper.com/blog/2012/03/topographic-paper-landscapes-by-noriko-ambe/

Topographic Paper Landscapes by Noriko Ambe

Topographic Paper Landscapes Noriko Ambe The Japaneses artist Noriko Ambe revealed a new work for him, Topographic Paper Landscapes, in the first sight you

Designed by Pratt Competition winner Natalia Janul, the Topography Tray was inspired by vintage topographic maps of New York.

Yuko Nishimura

In the series entitled Relief, Japanese artist Yuko Nishimura twists, pleats and folds a singe sheet of paper to form a geometrical mandala. Using origami-based folding techniques and a special type of Japanese paper known as kyokushi, Nishimura.

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