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Papercraft Perfection: Unveiling The Intricate Artistry Of Brisbane’s Sarah Capon

Sarah Capon is an artist and illustrator based in Brisbane specialising in crafting detailed layered paper illustrations. By precisely cutting pieces of paper into shapes and assembling them in layers, Sarah skilfully infuses her work with lively personalities. Her focus is on creating scenes that are vibrant and idyllic, often featuring landscapes, people, and/or animals,...Read More

The Importance Of Drawing In Children’s Development

Often, only when it’s raining outside, and the usual favourite toys are no longer cutting it, do the paper and crayons come out. According to experts in child development and psychology, however, far from being just a fun activity, drawing plays an important role in children’s development, helping them to communicate, learn and remember. Plus,...Read More

Japan, The High-Tech Country Where Paper Is Revered

It’s curious to think that the country that has long been associated with technology has never lost touch with one of the world’s oldest manmade materials. Paper. While much of the world is embracing all things digital, in Japan, paper continues to be used in abundance. From its use in age-old rituals to its still-current...Read More