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Creative Abstract art of Amazing Paper Sculptures by Nick Georgiou

Nick Georgiou Creative Abstract art of Amazing paper sculptures
Nick Georgiou Creative Abstract art of Amazing paper sculptures


Nick Georgiou from Arizona, United States. his creative artwork inspired by the end of the printed word of books and newspaper that became old fashion in the digital world so he used them as his inspiration tool (environment products) for recreating abstract art of amazing paper sculptures with creative design from his own print inspiration.


Nick Georgiou Creative Abstract art of Amazing paper sculptures
Abstract art of paper sculptures by Nick Georgiou

Nick Georgiou Creative Abstract art of Amazing paper sculptures
Abstract art of paper sculptures by Nick Georgiou

Nick Georgiou Creative Abstract art of Amazing paper sculptures
Abstract art of paper sculptures by Nick Georgiou

Nick Georgiou Creative Abstract art of Amazing paper sculptures
Abstract art of paper sculptures by Nick Georgiou

Nick Georgiou Creative Abstract art of Amazing paper sculptures
Abstract art of paper sculptures by Nick Georgiou

Nick Georgiou Creative Abstract art of Amazing paper sculptures
Abstract art of paper sculptures by Nick Georgiou

Nick Georgiou Creative Abstract art of Amazing paper sculptures
Abstract art of paper sculptures by Nick Georgiou

Nick Georgiou Creative Abstract art of Amazing paper sculptures
Abstract art of paper sculptures by Nick Georgiou

Nick Georgiou Creative Abstract art of Amazing paper sculptures
Abstract art of paper sculptures by Nick Georgiou

Nick Georgiou Creative Abstract art of Amazing paper sculptures
Abstract art of paper sculptures by Nick Georgiou

Nick Georgiou Creative Abstract art of Amazing paper sculptures
Abstract art of paper sculptures by Nick Georgiou

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About nick georgiou, My art is inspired by the death of the printed word. Books and newspapers are becoming artifacts of the 21st century. As a society we're shifting away from print consumption and heading straight towards full digital lives. My sculptures are products of their environment —both literally and figuratively. As often as I can, I use local newspapers to add authenticity, and the form the sculpture takes is a reflection of the personal connection I feel to that particular city. From a day-to-day standpoint, I'm heavily influenced by my surroundings. These days, I draw inspiration from America's South West, and in particular Tucson, AZ--where I've lived and worked for almost four years. Going from NY to the desert is a pretty dramatic shift. Your concept of space expands when it's not obstructed by buildings. You pay closer attention to nature because you're always in it—and you do what you can to preserve it.

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