Artist and designer Marshall Alexander works his way through paper with his skillful hands, producing a one of a kind collection from a very common material. Working as a paper artist in Arnheim, Netherlands, Alexander’s crafts are different from the visions of flimsy structures erected from paper; in fact, they stand on their two feet, place their hands up high, smile and scowl, and are blessed with different emotions exuding brightly in their well animated characters.
Working as a freelancer, Marshall has produced commissioned woks for various commercial displays and gallery showcases. His paper models are perfect for promotional and marketing purposes, as well as a vivid option for the toy industry. He creates bright characters splashed in with full colors in a template, where the user can be guided upon as he folds the whole toy with liberty. This is a great way to enjoy time and art, using the paper material into its maximum context.
Marshall Alexander’s work has been greatly reviewed by paper and toy aficionados, such as Papertoy, Urban Paper and Computer Arts Projects. His work combines his skillfulness of deriving the media from a digital platform and turning it into a foldable 3D item which anyone can enjoy. See more of his paper works in his portfolio, http://marshallalexander.net/.