I wonder how many paper cuts Ingrid Siliakus suffered for each of her awe-inspiring paper creations. I mean, just take a second to appreciate the incredible intricacy involved in each papercraft architectural design, and you will understand why I ask what may seem a silly question.
Ingrid Siliakus, an Amsterdam-based paper-Einstein, takes inspiration from artistic greats like M.C. Escher and Antoni Gaudi. According to Papierarchitectuur.nl, “To design a pattern from scratch, the artist needs the skills of an architect to create a two-dimensional design, which, with the patience and precision of a surgeon, becomes an ingenious three-dimensional wonder of paper.”
Ingrid Siliakus definitely needs to update her resume to include the titles Surgeon, Architect and overall Origami Genius.
Ingrid Siliakus Builds Amazing Petite Paper Cities
1. Intricate Papercrafts - The trend of creating highly detailed and elaborate papercraft designs that inspire awe and admiration.
2. Architectural Inspiration - The trend of drawing inspiration for papercraft designs from famous architectural styles and artists, such as M.C. Escher and Antoni Gaudi.
3. Surgeon-like Precision - The trend of employing a high level of precision and patience in the creation of papercraft designs, akin to the skills of a surgeon.
1. Art and Design - The art and design industry can explore new avenues of creativity by pushing the boundaries of papercraft and incorporating architectural influences.
2. Craft and Hobby - The craft and hobby industry can tap into the growing popularity of intricate papercrafts by providing tools, materials, and instructional resources for enthusiasts.
3. Education and Training - The education and training industry can offer workshops and courses to teach people the skills required for creating intricate papercrafts, fostering a new wave of artistic expression.