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Japanese artist Haruka Misawa She printed paper with pattern, wound that paper into tight cylindrical scrolls, and then put her sharpener to work… the result… her own unique, one-of-a-kind blossoms.

haruka misawa (The Jealous Curator)

Amazing flowers inspired by pencil shavings… but Japanese designer/artist Haruka Misawa went one step further than just being inspired by the pretty petals made by her pencil sharpener.

Haruka Misawa Floral photos of rolled up paper and pencil sharpener

photojojo: “ Artist Haruka Misawa uses rolled up paper and a pencil sharpener to create fantastic floral photos. See More of Haruka’s Work ” no!

house beadskiln firedclay raku by Jubilee on Etsy, $13.00

House beads,kiln fired,clay, raku

Tiamat   Pencil sculptures by Jennifer Maestre

Beautiful Pencil Sculptures by Jennifer Maestre

Inspired by sea urchins, Maynard, MA based artist Jennifer Maestre manipulated and combined the pencils into fascinating sculptures, giving new life to the colored pencils.

Attracted to the shape of the shavings that were formed while sharpening her pencil, designer Haruka Misawa decided to explore how they could be formed into realistic flowers. Printing paper with a color gradation, she tightly wraps it in a pencil-like shape so the flowers blossom outward when s

Tiny Paper Flowers Inspired by Pencil Shavings by Haruka Misawa

Just ask artist Haruka Misawa who has created these beautiful paper flowers blossoms inspired by random pencil shavings. Her blossoms are made from a speci

Over Ten Thousand Individual Works de Allan McCollum

Allan McCollum, Over Ten Thousand Individual Works [detail], Enamel on cast Hydrocal. diameter, lengths variable, each unique