Paper Ice - Andy Singleton

A year ago at this time, an icy world was on display at the Oriel Mostyn Gallery in Llandudno, Wales.

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Artist/illustrator Andy Singleton was commissioned to create a wintery installation to coincide with an opening at the gallery. He hand cut paper patterns and sculpted paper structures to resemble a beautiful ice cavern.

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3-D icicles effectively combined with flowing 2-D paper cuts to create a winter wonderland.

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See more of Andy's impressive work on Flickr and his blog, including really beautiful paper birds.

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I'm thinking my front porch would look pretty cool dressed up in icicles this holiday season. For the record, I much prefer the paper variety to real ones. Brrr... we've had some hanging off our roof in winters past that look just like these. Gorgeous, but I can easily do without them!

Photography: Nick Singleton
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Comments

  1. Those icicles are super cool! YES pun intended :)
    Hmm... I wonder how difficult they'd be to recreate??

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  2. Those icicles are so pretty. I prefer these paper ones to the real ones too... maybe if I make a bunch no real icicles will show up!

    : )

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  3. What an amazing talent!!. The blog has such beautiful things to admire ,really great work.

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  4. Wow!!! I think the world is proving to others that u can make anything using paper!!! Paper and it's wonders........

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  5. Wonderful work. His paper cut commissions are so fine!

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  6. gorgeous. checked out his other work, so talented! the birds are amazing.

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  7. Spotted this on paperblog where I'm posted too - I'm loving the icicles best! x

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  8. these are so beautiful!
    i'm completely with you on paper > real ones. the 2D snowy papercut look like clouds as well! so dreamy.

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  9. What a gorgeous winter wonderland!!!
    Ann, thank you so much for visiting and commenting on my blog. I've bookmarked yours so I can come back for more visits! :)

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  10. I love this so much I finally got around to making a mini version for my desk - it took 3 A4s and 10 minutes - thanks for the inspiration!

    http://partycraftsecrets.blogspot.com/2011/12/snow-white-desk.html

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  11. Hasn't been cold enough here in Wisconsin for snow yet this season. Odd, but these icicles would look awesome hanging around my house.

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