Gelli® Printing with DIY Cardboard Texture Plates! Cut your design through the top layer of the cardboard with a craft knife. Then remove sections of the top layer of paper — revealing the stripes below.
Recycled Art Project by Ali Golzad - Inspirationfeed
Ali Golzad is a Texas-based artist originally hailing from Göteborg, Sweden by way of Tehran, Iran and specializes in digital and reclaimed art. After college Ali decided to develop in graphic design and eventually found himself as a creative director where he has been…
This is a gorgeous idea. The shape has been cut out of the cardboard to show the pattern beneath. This would be a great idea for the website. I love the cut out effect. It would be interesting on different colours too.
Pretty Bugs Scherenschnitte Kits
All kits on this page include one each (to fit 8x10 frame) on black paper and natural parchment, one each (to fit 5x7 frame) on pearlescent black paper and natural parchment, for a total of...
Cardboard Portraits by 12th Graders. - All About Papercutting
* Last Saturday our family attended the 2014 student art showcase at the California State University, Los Angeles. Our daughter Natalie has been taking art classes over there, as part of the Gifted/Talented Program that she is part of. Sponsored by LAUSD, his program is a wonderful opportunity for children in the public school system to be consistently exposed to … … Continue reading →
Get a head start making your own custom-designed texture plates for Round Gelli® plates by beginning with pre-cut cardboard cake circles! Watch this video and see how easy it is to create texture plates for monoprinting using these corrugated cardboard circles. The baking aisles in craft stores are stocked with a number of products that have potential use in printmaking — and it's a fun place to get ideas. What captured my attention were the cardboard cake circles! The sizes are just right…
Dog Portrait from Corrugated Cardboard by Ali Golzad • Recyclart
A dog portrait made from corrugated cardboard by Iranian Artist Ali Golzad. Ali uses discarded cardboard to create eye catching pieces that are often inspired