Highly skilled creators from around the globe whose playful designs aren’t just for nursery walls.
Inspired by traditional trophy heads, these papier-mâché sculptures from the Philippines feature some of nature’s littlest beasts, including rabbits, squirrels and two kinds of mice.
With a naive style and sophisticated palette, the felt artist’s charming pieces are crafted with children in mind but would look right at home in adult spaces.
Handcrafted by indigenous Panamanian artisans from native black palm trees, no two tropical masks are alike.
From horned bison to wooly sheep, the French artist’s papier-mâché creatures are both whimsical and wonderfully realistic.
Besides lion and elephant heads that can be mounted on the wall, the 10-year-old company also crafts animal paperweights, bookends and doorsteps from the same supple pieces of faux leather.