Using rare and fine paper from around the world, Julie Wilkinson and Joyanne Horscroft of The Makerie create incredibly intricate 3D paper sculptures, the likes we’ve never seen. The London-based creatives say that they’re inspired by “forgotten worlds, rare prints and the beauty of details” which becomes abundantly clear once you look through their portfolio.
In particular, their bird sculptures are like nothing we’ve ever seen. Whether it’s a life-size reproductions of an owl from antique world atlases or a gorgeous peacock with beautifully layered feathers, we can only sit back and awe and appreciate the time, patience and passion it must have took to create each stunning piece.
See more @ The Makerie Studio website
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Absolutely beautiful – the colors, the light, the bokeh. Mmmm.
Sharon Johnstone is a Birmingham, England based fine art nature photographer. She completed her Fine Arts degree at the University of Creative Arts in 1993, specializing in printmaking. Of her dew drop photographs, she writes:
‘With macro photography I escape to another little world. I love exploring the tiny details in nature that often get overlooked. I love finding beautiful colors and abstract compositions within nature. I think I am at my happiest when I am crawling around on my hands and knees exploring a small patch of moss dripping with sparkling dew in the early morning sun.’