0
Shares

Forest Folks: Paper Artworks by Zim&Zou

Published Apr 26, 2017

Zim&Zou are back with their amazing paper sculptures, in a new collaboration with Hermès (previously).

The duo was commissioned to create a new artist window display project for the opening of their new store in Dubai.

“Nature is surrounding us and never cease to evolve since its beggining. Its run defines the world we’re living in. Nature is linked to every living beings, and every living being is linked to it. In this project, spectators have a sneak pick of the curious characters living inside this environment. This microscopic point of view, where plants and other vegetal reign as masters, is like a kind of picture, a flash, a precise instant in nature’s unrestrained run. Life is everywhere, flowers are growing and carry away its inhabitants in their impetus. This mysterious people is evolving, building, and living right in the heart of the nature, revealing a fragment of their daily life.”

More paper art via Graphic Exchange

POSTED BY

IG Team

0
Shares

More articles

Australian artist creates the largest public artwork in the Southern Hemisphere

All things red — Color Inspiration No.1

7 ways to get your creative mojo back

Looking for inspiration? Follow these Instagram accounts

You might like these too

New Paper Creations by Noelia Lozano

Recent paper craft work by Spanish image maker and art director Noelia Lozano. “Her work is focused on papercrafts, CGI and set design – often…

Intricate Paper Sculptures & Artworks by Calvin Nicholls

We’ve previously featured the work of Canadian artist Calvin Nicholls here and his brilliant pieces never cease to amaze us. “Capturing aspects of our natural…

Fun Paper Masks & Other Creations by Lobulo Studio

UK-based art director Javier, aka Lobulo (previously) creates amazing three-dimensional artworks out of paper, including these incredible masks produced for Barcelona’s Grec (Greek in Catalan)…

Intricate Papercut Artworks by Masayo Fukuda

Japanese artist Masayo Fukuda is an absolute master in the Kirie technique (Japanese paper-cutting). She meticulously crafts her intricate artworks, producing pieces with an impressive…

#want

How far is a light year? Art Print

Cooluli Mini Fridge

LEFF Amsterdam Portable Bluetooth Speaker

Back to the Future Replica License Plate

Suck UK Pencil Sharpener Desk Tidy

Funko Pop! Artists: Vincent Van Gogh

These are affiliate links to Amazon and other partner brands. We may earn a small commission if you click the link and make a purchase.
There is no extra cost to you, so it’s just a nice way to help support the site.

Follow Inspiration Grid

Related

inspiration

New Paper Creations by Noelia Lozano

Intricate Paper Sculptures & Artworks by Calvin Nicholls

Fun Paper Masks & Other Creations by Lobulo Studio

Intricate Papercut Artworks by Masayo Fukuda

Pop Culture Papercuts: Illustrations by Robbin Gregorio

Amazing Paper Illustrations by Bomboland Studio

Paper Cut Illustrations by Lisa Lloyd

Intricate Papercut Animal Portraits by Patrick Cabral

Awesome products for creatives

How far is a light year? Art Print

Cooluli Mini Fridge

LEFF Amsterdam Portable Bluetooth Speaker

Back to the Future Replica License Plate

Suck UK Pencil Sharpener Desk Tidy

Funko Pop! Artists: Vincent Van Gogh

These are affiliate links to Amazon and other partner brands. We may earn a small commission if you click the link and make a purchase.
There is no extra cost to you, so it’s just a nice way to help support the site.

Inspiration
in your inbox

Amazing art & design, never any spam.

Thanks for subscribing!
We'll be in touch soon.

We care about protecting your data. Please refer to our Privacy Policy for more.



© 2019 Inspiration Grid, all rights reserved. Some of our posts may contain affiliate links to partner brands. We earn a small commission if you click the link and make a purchase. There is no extra cost to you, so it’s just a nice way to help support the site. All images, videos, and other content posted on the site is attributed to their creators and original sources. If you see something wrong here or you would like to have it removed, please contact us.