This elegant snowflake lampshade in pink resembles a rose in full bloom!
Justina uses acid-free, lightfast papers milled by Fabriano Tiziano and Canson to fold her own patterns. After much experimentation, she perfected the symmetry of three dimensional shapes.
These festive bubbles would look great over a dance floor, a baby's crib, or as birthday party decorations.
This bell lampshade is another lovely shape made with the same zigzag patterning.
And here's a treat from Justina! If you're like me and have always assumed creating tessellations would be oh-so-complicated, she's provided a tutorial that shows exactly how to print out and make these folded bracelets. You can also watch a video in which she shows exactly how to make them here. Fear not, they are very doable, not to mention eye-catching!
By the way, while researching this post I came across a Beyond the Lens blog entry about the rarely photographed 450 year old Canson paper mill in Annonay, France that you might enjoy seeing.