Stuart McLachlan Intertwines Craft and Fashion to Create Style

By: Kevin Young - Published: Apr 12, 2012 • References: stuart-mclachlan and sweet-station
Stuart McLachlan must have been the kid who had the desire to sit at the arts and crafts table. McLachlan cuts paper to create stunning pieces of art that are chic enough to be a part of fashion runway shows. McLachlan's specialized area of work shifted towards the arts, fashion editorials and advertisement.

It's amazing to see simple supplies transform into beautiful craftsmanship. McLachlan's most recent project is a ship made entirely from paper. The sculpture was inspired by The Cruiser Aurora, a famous Russian cruiser that initiated the start of Red October.

Stuart McLachlan is always finding ways to make new forms of art. "Paper is a medium without boundaries, it can be molded, formed and cut into almost any form imaginable, I endeavour to push its physical boundaries and create imagery and art," he says.