Eine bunte Vogelschar – 1.000 Origami-Kraniche von Cristian Marianciuc

Eine bunte Vogelschar – 1.000 Origami-Kraniche von Cristian Marianciuc 1
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Ein Mann, ein Wort! Cristian Marianciuc nimmt seine Challenges immer ganz ernst. Ich würde sagen, vogelernst: Der Mann verpflichtete sich einst, 365 Tage lang einen kunstvollen Origami-Kranich zu basteln. Und natürlich hielt er sein Wort, wie denn sonst. Doch das Jahr war schon lange um, aber der Origami-Enthusiast machte einfach weiter. Jeden Tag entflog seiner Werkstatt ein außergewöhnliches Vogelexemplar.

Inzwischen zählt sein Vogelschwarm unglaubliche 1.000 gefiederte Geschöpfe, eins hübscher als das andere. Blumenvögel und Pagodavögel, Mikadovögel und Vögel aus Filz. Ich frage mich gerade, was Cristian mit seinem Vogelparadies weiter so anstellt? Verkaufen oder ein eigenes Museum errichten? Wir hören bestimmt noch von ihm!

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“Icarus before the fall” crane Song of the day: Sparrow by Favela @musicfavela I’ve been working (and still am) on this new mini-series for weeks. I finally summoned the courage to explore some techniques I’ve wanted to try out for the longest time, and I am hoping that everything works out. The concept behind all the elements in this collection is the essence of what drives me and what inspires me. It’s as if I concentrated all my work up to today into a handful of pieces. The main sources of inspiration have been mythology, music and ornithology – or the study of birds. I don’t want to explain in too much detail the symbolism behind today’s bird and behind what I prepared for the weeks to come, I’ll leave it up to you to discover. I would love to hear your thoughts on it too! For “Icarus before the fall” I exclusively used ‘Shiramine’ paper from Awagami @awagami_factory. It is such a luxurious paper that it elevated my creative process to new heights. It has definitely given me a renewed appreciation for my favourite medium! Keep an eye out for the next posts. I really hope you’ll love what I am preparing! x #origami #awagami #cristianmarianciuc #icarusmidair #paperart #wings #blackandwhite #fineart #papercutting #icarus #mythology #paper #miniature #angel #papercraft #paperlove #handcraft #etsyfinds #etsyshop #etsylove #papercrafts #craft #craftsman #crafty #finearts #artistsoninstagram #artofthday #artlovers #artistsofinstagram

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“Neo-Sakura 3” crane Song of the day: Better by Air Hockey @airhockeychamps Here is the 3rd and last (for now) crane in the neo-sakura collection. I used the same paper for the cherry blossoms, except I painted these ones with a gold ink from @winsorandnewton. I have officially added these flowers to the list of paper obsessions that make me happy, haha. I realized, after a couple of people brought it up, that I unconsciously paired up two elements that are symbolically opposites: the crane, a symbol of longevity and the cherry blossom – a symbol of fragility and transience. I keep getting the surreal sensation that this project is slowly developing a life of its own, not necessarily separate from my imagination and being. It’s as if it sneaks layers of meaning to my cranes, ones that I did not actively think about myself. I will have to slightly alter the description of what I do, and, to the cryptic symbolism that only I can decipher and the symbolism others are able to translate, I will need to add symbolism that even I have yet to discover. I find this fascinating! I have now gained the role of observer of my own work, not just that of creator. I got a bit too philosophical there, my apologies 😌 Time for a few episodes of The Office now! #origami #paperart #cristianmarianciuc #icarusmidair #delicate #papercutting #paperflowers #sakura #cherryblossom #paper #miniature #hanami #花見 #桜の花 #gold #golden #neosakura

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