Polyscene does things with paper and plastic you just wouldn't think posssible. From her astonishingly minimalist studio in Edinburgh come sculptures of all conceivable shapes and sizes. It comes as no surprise that Vogue have used her a few times to create backgrounds on pages.
There are neat little shapes, great swooping curves, Alice in Wonderland-inspired paper flamingos, plastic gauntlets, even bizarre looking paper hats that you think just shouldn't work.
I can't quite put my finger on what I like most, the Bridget Riley effect of looking at one of her sheets for too long, or the incongruous way something made from paper can look so... solid. Either way, it's a wonderful to see. Not just artistic or beautiful, but something you can't just copy and paste. True craft. All too rare a commodity.
(this is one of her templates)