Thursday, May 17, 2018

Origami Cranes from Photographic Art Print


Origami Cranes from Art - I was delighted with the print. I managed to transport it safely home, and it has been neatly rolled up in my studio. I don’t have the space to display it as a print right now, so I decided to re-purpose it. The poster easily made up the pair of paper cranes.We love to create from Paper – and we especially love to recreate – using found or recycled papers. We have just recently completed a whole flock of origami cranes using paper from book paper that is significant to the client. (Yellow Pages)

Edson’s collection of photos focused on capturing discarded objects in the city of Luanda. – Hence the title Found Not Taken.  
It seems fitting then to call this pair of birds – Freshly Found and Taken!

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Decorative Geometric Shapes

Paper Strelitzias - Creations with Art from A Local Artist

Monday, March 12, 2018

Art Proteas

Wednesday, March 07, 2018

Yellow Lilies, Cranes and Shapes for a Corporate Client

Thursday, March 01, 2018

Apple-itious Paper Proteas


Gentle bright and warm apple colours. This was the theme for this batch of proteas. Cheerful and yet comforting. Made from new and some recycled papers in the new Freshly Found Protea design.

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Proteas for Bouquets or Favours

Pretty Pink ProteasWe are based in Durban, but are able to pack these pretties up well and courier them around the world!

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Proteas created in Pure White


We’ve been making proteas for years, and they remain a fresh vibrant paper flower option. Freshly Found is based in Durban, but we are very good at packing these delicate paper blooms and sending them all over the world.

Saturday, November 11, 2017

Delicate Paper Poppies

Paper Poppies Hand-made to Order.The gentle, bright hues were a treat to work with.  Following this commission, we’ve added these to our Freshly Found repertoire.

Friday, October 20, 2017

Puzzle Piece Pot

I created this piece a while ago. I so enjoyed making it. This puzzle pot formed part of the Intellectual Property Exhibition at Alliance Francais in Durban earlier this year. It was my first larger piece that I made from Puzzle pieces. I had made some smaller simpler pieces for The Design Indaba Collab Exhibition in Durban in 2015.