Hobo - Homeward Bound boots piqued my interest in Cecilia's sculptures initially. Created for an exhibit in Stockholm last autumn, she molded the first layer around her own Wellingtons, then tore paper strips from three different books (for shading and different typography), and set to work scissoring each piece. The fringing adds such a sense of movement... perfectly appropriate for something that is meant to travel!
Cecilia's Rule of Three, a set of layered paper thistles, can be seen at the Flow Gallery in Notting Hill, London through May 17th in a collaborative show called Forming Words. Elegant, yet playful; fragile, yet sturdy...all in all, as gorgeous as natural seed pods.
A translucent, coffee-rimmed bowl...
and genteel coffee set.
the Scandinavian design penned on colorful paper mittens is beautiful.
Here she worked with comic book pages...Spiderman vs Owl in Good Defeats Evil was the impetus behind a tea set created for a new library.
Cecilia, who lives in Sweden, says she loves the feel, smell, and texture of paper. "Old, new, smooth, yellowed, stained, crumpled, torn..." Her degree is in graphic design; later she studied bookbinding and combines aspects of it with sculpture and illustration.
Visit Cecilia's website and blog where she shares interesting process photos of many of her projects.