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Artist Calvin Nicholls Creates Life-like Animals Sculptures from Paper
Posted By Ana Lisa On April 14, 2012 @ 2:00 pm In Animals,Art,Design,Environment,Recycling and Composting | 1 Comment
Calvin Nicholls has been creating his paper sculptures since 1986 and is now a master of the art. Working with just sheets of paper  and a scalpel, he creates the most wonderful 3D pictures inspired by the plants and animals of the Canadian woodland .
Using a large format camera, he first captures the image and prints it as a model for his design. The artist then employs archival paper to sculpt his work — the paper is acid-free  and is able to stand the test of time.
Dubbed everything from “Subordinate approach” (fox), “Boreal owl” or “Abundance” (hummingbird), Nicholls’ creations are the exploration and sculpting of ideas.
Photos © Calvin Nicholls
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 Calvin Nicholls: http://www.calvinnicholls.com/
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 paper: http://inhabitat.com/6-surprising-and-delightful-origami-creations/
 Canadian woodland: http://cwfcof.org/
 acid-free: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acid-free_paper
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