Large-Scale Quilts Crafted Entirely from Used Paper Envelopes by Stephen Sollins

Inspired by the history and structure of American quilts, New York artist Stephen Sollins creates meticulously constructed large-scale artworks, made from Tyvek pouches, patterned safety envelopes, New York City parking tickets and junk mail. Each work is constructed with hidden seams, creating three-dimensional structures beneath the surface, much like those in traditional fabric quilts.The end result is both an homage to the original designs from historical pieces and the discovery of something completely new.


Find out more about Stephen Sollins' work here.