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Posted By Sarah Rich On August 5, 2006 @ 6:54 am In Art,Decorative Objects,Design,Innovation | 3 Comments

richard sweeney, paper sculpture [1]

UK designer Richard Sweeney [2] took our breath away with these 3-dimensional sculptures made from the most ordinary of materials: plain old paper. The intricately folded forms are absolutely striking in their clean symmetry and the shadows cast by the curves and crevices. You can stare with jaw-dropped awe at most of his paper sculptures at his Flickr page [3]. Geometry has never looked so good…

Sweeney (just 22-years-old!) was recently recognized for his ingenuity with the New Designers DKNY Award [4]. Not sure these works are made from recycled paper, but there’s no reason they couldn’t be.

+ Richard Sweeney website [2]

+Sweeney on Flickr [3]

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[1] Image: http://inhabitat.com/blog/2006/08/05/richard-sweeney-paper-sculpture/

[2] Richard Sweeney: http://www.richardsweeney.co.uk/

[3] Flickr page: http://www.flickr.com/photos/richardsweeney/sets/72057594105588057/

[4] New Designers DKNY Award: http://www.newdesigners.com/page.cfm/link=313

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