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I think often people think they are limited to 2D projects in the design field. I like the sense of depth you see just by using paper strategically.

Paris-based designer and artist Maud Vantours uses layer upon layer of cut paper to create hypnotizing patterns and textures that translate into set designs, fashion accessories, and editorial treatments. Vantors has explored a number of paper tre.

This leaf art collage craft is the perfect combination of fall fun and creative learning for kids!

This leaf art collage craft is the perfect combination of fall fun and creative learning for kids!

Espalier: Step-by-Step Guide ------> perfect for pear trees                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Creating a notch into the bark’s cambium layer above the dormant bud pools nutrients and stimulates growth.

Paper sculpture    Use large sheets of paper and then a generic cardboard shape in between each sheet to add dimension. Could be easily assembled with glue does.:

(Used to make geology maps?) Paper sculpture Use large sheets of paper and then a generic cardboard shape in between each sheet to add dimension. Could be easily assembled with glue does. Possible topographic map model?

cityscape - hit or miss colorful textured background then cut shaped from newspaper to build the cityscape

cityscape - I love the black line drawing against the richly colored skies. * I think I would add colorful water below to balance it and show the "colorfulness" of nature contrasted by the black and white of the city.

kindergarten self portraits art project LOVE the name as background!

If we get a transitional kindergarten: self portraits art project. Could modify for older kids by changing the text background to adjectives and words or sentences about the person.

What a simple way to introduce this concept! Can be translated into so many forms!

Art Lesson: My Life Pop-Up Book Great for Language Arts, Science, or Social Studies projects