Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Atelier: Noriko Ambe







To me, these delicately beautiful sculptures by artist Noriko Ambe resemble the extraordinary forms carved into rock by wind and water. In fact, they're made of paper — each individually cut free-hand and then stacked together. Noriko describes these pieces from her Linear-Actions Cutting Project as her life work — begun in 1999, they are continually being added to through the years. For Noriko, they embody relationships among humans, time and nature. View more on her site here.


(via but does it float by way of pinterest)

7 comments :

kalynor said...

My god i never would have thought they are made out of paper!!! Truly amazing work.

Alice Olive said...

Absolutely amazing! Sort of blow your mind. What a talent.

fabricatedends said...

These pieces are amazing, so cool to see what people can do with basic materials, creativity, and a lot of hard work.

Storage Units said...

They are absolutely tickling my artistic eye. Great work!

PoeMa Bat Soilik said...

OHH...GREAT!love them!:)
Besos

Jenny Woolf said...

I can see how creating these would be time consuming and absorbing. They're lovely. Almost a kind of artistic meditation.

Stuart said...

i love these so much!
:)
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