- Based in Auckland, New Zealand
- View Ming’s portfolio
It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of paper. It’s one material that I don’t often get to utilize for design purposes, but I do often use it for arts and crafts. Paper is such a lightweight and versatile medium to work with, and the work of Ming, a paper artist and graphic designer from Auckland, New Zealand who “loves spending her time observing intricacies of nature … [and whose] love for tactility, curiosity to explore and to observe handmade craftsmanship and actual, physically built objects is expressed in her intricate paper cuttings and paper sculptures”. Read more about Ming on her website.
Ming shows the incredible and complex ways paper can be used to create art — creased, folded, and cut into precise shapes that are formed into some of the most tantalizing creatures. Behold some of Ming’s detailed paper constructions: