I made a paper Spock based off of a Star Trek: TOS Mirror Mirror poster I have. I plan to attach it to a large A1 sheet that i’ve created a random pattern/image on from drawing inks. I think I will attach a quote (I am very tempted to cross fandoms, and throw in a Star Wars quote out of badness!)
so my cubicle so far comes complete with a shelf, curtain, table, chair and a large piece of paper folded to form a ‘wall pocket’ for scrap material
It has within it a clip on black veil I’m working on, the top of which is a bow and which has a newspaper rose and will have depressing words embroidered through it in wool. I sort of developed it from the idea of the advert about mental health where people remove their masks as the end of the day and reveal how they really feel.
The idea with this is that it is there, trailing after the person. It is a part of them, but not all of them.
I made a fashion mood board to predict the fashion of spring/summer 2014 and it adorns one wall.
I love cross stitch so along the top of my cubicle there are some of my small samples. As well as (pictured below) some of my 3d sculpture samples.
Randomly stuck to one wall is an experiment in couch and stitching ribbon to cotton.
as well as a random monoprint and some crocheted granny squares attached by left over thread.
The Paper sculpture is based off the idea of atomic structure and when perfected will hopefully not only look like it does above but actually stay where it has been placed instead of falling down.
printing making samples also line the walls to add a splash of colour
the shelf store my wire work trials (including my investigation into fluffy wire!)
Finally I have a large pencil drawn outline of a model pose for fashion drawing with the head levels marked as a quick reference guide while working. (I stuck on a paper witch hat as Halloween is near)
Kaylen False is an american based student/artist. The work below is called the Dawn Treader
I personally would have to work up the courage to do that to a book! but it is something I want to do. As you can see she has incorporated quilling into her paper sculpture which creates a fabulous wave like pattern. For me the twists and turns are almost mythical and I find they add a magical element to most works.
Richard Sweeney creates sculptures that I used as inspiration for my own paper sculpture work. I found the shapes he created made me think of a more rounded geometrical shape such as those I was trying to create myself and so I looked closer at what his style was before completing my own.