June 21, 2012

Art Inspiration: Yulia Brodskaya

Artist: Yulia Brodskaya 

When creatively drained, I find it helps to just see what other people are doing and get inspired through their work. Lately I've been obsessing over paper art and love the work of young Russian artist Yulia Brodskaya.

Yulia Brodskaya has mastered the art of quilling, a technique using rolled strips of paper to design illustrations or text. I've always been interested in paper making and collage and stationary and all things paper related, but after stumbling upon her work, I gained a whole new appreciation for the commonly overlooked medium. One thing that really stood out to me about her work is how perceptually dynamic each finished piece can potentially be. 

"Being a three dimensional object, the artwork offers multiple views depending on the angle of perception and the intensity and direction of lighting. These things can drastically change the visual experiences and emotional message of the same artwork." 
-- artyulia.com

Some of my favorites of her work: 


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