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Fluo Little Books
by Uros Mihic

Uros Mihic was born in Serbia but he lived in Itlay since he was a child, he studided architecture at the university Politecnico of Milan, and thanks to the experience of his father, who is also an architect, he managed to give life to his own kind art made of paper.
His origami allowed him to push the limit of the 2D to give birth to tridimensional structures.
The paper he uses to fulfill his work is selected carefully. He chooses between colour, thickness and brightness depending on the objects he wants to create.
Graphic objects, animals, and specific installations were set in the cult shops of Milan Salone del Mobile 2014.
His latest collection of mini sculptures gives old second hand books a new chance to shine becoming one of the 20 different shapes.
Pastel and neon colors take inspiration from the summer season, making that severity in his art a little bit smoother. With his work he proves that the art of origami can be still modern and always evolving without looking old.

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Text by Giacomo Cristaldi


POSTED BY cts-klee
September 17, 2014