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Paper Art Sculptures of London's Famous Buildings

 Paper art is an incredible art form. It requires so much detail, time and effort. In this unique piece, we take a look at various forms of paper art created by various artists. The theme was for them to create stunning paper sculptures of London landmarks! In their list of rules, the artists had to use the G.F. Smith's signature range of papers, Colorplan. And each sculpture had to sit on a stack of Colorplan paper measuring 42cmx42cm. With this brief, artists had maximum creativity and expression. Take a look at what they came up with:
 
Samantha Quinn – Big Ben
paper art of London
paper art of London
Laura Sayers – The Royal Albert Hall
paper art of London
paper art of London
Annemarieke Kloosterhof – Buckingham Palace
paper art of London
paper art of London
Charlotte Trimm – Westminister Abbey
paper art of London
paper art of London
Claire Legg – Harrods
paper art of London
paper art of London
Julianna Szabo – St. Pauls Cathedral
paper art of London
paper art of London
paper art of London
Florrie Thomas – Hampton Court Palace
paper art of London
paper art of London
Papier Atelier – The Gherkin
paper art of London
paper art of London
Maria Cruz – Oxo Tower
paper art of London
paper art of London
Julianna Szabo – Tower of London
paper art of London
paper art of London
Hannah Miles – Kew Gardens
paper art of London
paper art of London
Emma Boyes – Liberty
paper art of London
paper art of London
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