Margaret Scrinkl is a paper artist, stop-motion animator and content creator from Ufa, Russia. She creates fun, colorful designs for her own enjoyment as well as for customer acquisitions. The love and dedication Scrinkl puts into her work is admirable and what makes it stand out is the organic approach she takes which lets the material – paper – be the star of the show, with all its uniqueness and flaws. The curves and the bends, the cuts and the layers, the texture, Scrinkl patiently uses all of this to create her own tiny world. Her inspiration seems endless, she combines nature and popular culture to make blooming social media logos, interesting movie posters, really detailed scenes and places. One more thing paper lovers appreciate is Scrinkl’s way of lifting the curtain and showing the making-of of all her work. From what tools she uses to how exactly she builds the final pieces. It gives the work another dimension while capturing the interest of a viewer through a screen. Take a closer look at her work below and head over to her YouTube channel where you can find stop-motion animation videos, time-lapse videos, “how to make” or “making of” videos and much more. Also, be sure to follow Margaret Scrinkl on Instagram and be a guest on her family Etsy shop, maybe you’ll find some special piece for yourself.