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Graze in the land of folds — PLEAT FARM. Kaleidocyclical Package Design | Box Vox. The first time I’d heard the term “kaleidocycle” was in the Doris Schattschneider’s M. C. Escher Kaleidocycles—a cut out book of three-dimensional, rotating models that I was given some years ago. Not wanting to cut up my book, I never constructed any kaleidocycles at the time, but the photo on the right shows what one of them looks like. The “FlipFood Lunchbox” above, designed by Ilias Markolefas and Nathalia Martinez Saavedra, is a kaleidocycle. (A video and more, after the fold…) These rotating rings of connected tetrahedrons are usually seen as polyhedral models or puzzle toys. But as a three-dimensional form there was always the potential for the kaleidocycle to contain something. Personally, I think their procedure of cutting out the paper, scoring and decorating it by hand seems a bit labor-intensive, but I like the simple way it opens, allowing food to be tucked into each tetrahedral chamber.

For the right product category this could be a very novel and appealing package. Design & form- DIY and interior blog. Untitled. 包装…_来自晨暘的图片分享. 包装…_来自晨暘的图片分享. Kaleidocycle {aka folding paper toy!} Have you ever made a kaleidocycle before? They are pretty fun. All you need is some glue, paper and 5 or 10 minutes! There is an animated gif at the bottom on the post so that you can see what they do. There are also instructions & a template below too ^_^ – Template – Paper or thin card – Glue – Scissors – Ruler and needle for scoring 1. Print your template and cut it out. 2.

The animated gif is a bit shaky. By the way, check out this free download (courtesy of my cousins band) which contains: trick or treat poster, DIY ‘creeps’ mask, high quality MP3 and exclusive video art. And, Helen, from Curlybirds just put together a ‘vintage Halloween costume‘ post on her site. Matos castillo. Matos castillo. Etsy. Packaging Templates. E-tool to Model Attractive Object for child, teen, game, education, decoration, organization, DIY, craft. How to Make 3D Paper Star Box.

First, draw a pentagon that will be used as a template (to see animated method of construction go here or here) and cut it out. Use thick paper in case you want to make more boxes. Now, using your template, draw two pentagons that share the same side. Remember to leave some margin around the pentagon for wings (they are essential for sticking both parts together). You can already draw a star inside, by connecting alternate vertices of a pentagon. Untitledswirl+box.jpg (JPEG Image, 1163 × 1600 pixels) Crafters Advisers - Variety Of Stuff To Craft. Create your own gallery photo display with poster board and chopsticks. Materials: Poster board(or cereal box type cardboard can be used) 2 sets of chopsticks 1 bevel matt 5" x 7" for a 4" x 6" photo 1 brass paper fastener 3 brass thumb tacks 1 piece of string 4 photo corners Double stick tape White glue, wood stain, and amber shellacTools: Craft knife, brush, sand paper, drill & bits, and tack hammer Steps: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

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2 Easter Paper Crafts. 1. Big paper eggs - easy to cut off and assemble, suitable for Easter decoration. We cut 4-5 green printer sheets into thin strips to make the grass on the photos. After that we crumpled it well and it turned into fresh spring grass. We used paper in different colors and it turned out well. You can also decorate the eggs with pencils or felt-tip pens before assembling them. Print out our paper egg template on colored A4 sheets. 2. Color the legs, the beak and the comb after cutting out and folding the template. See more Easter ideas: Origami. Présentation Cherry Plum est le site de la création maison, du Handmade, et du Do it yourself.

Cherry Plum référence des patrons de couture gratuits chinés sur le web, des idées de customisations faciles à réaliser, des créations de papercraft à imprimer. De l'inspiration avec une sélection d'artistes éclectiques mais aussi des recettes de cuisines originales, de la décoration spéciale fête, de bonnes adresses et pleins de choses à découvrir ..... Aide. DIY Ideas. Geoball. Je vous ai parfois parlé des belles réalisations de la créatrice Zü,de ces doudous nuages, gouttes, oizo et des jolis petits faons qui me font littéralement craquer…et bien la collection s’agrandit avec de la papeterie et de très jolies affiches à découvrir sur son shop ! En plus de toutes ces belles créations, elle propose gratuitement sur son site un PDF gratuit pour réaliser cette geoball super mignonne. Elle l’utilise pour ranger ses masking tape mais on pourrait aussi s’en servir comme vide poche, pour ranger des petits bijoux ou pour pleins d’autres choses !

Pour accéder au PDF imprimable c’est par ici ! Posté par: Natalia. The Perfect Gift: House Gift Box. By Amy Christie I’m so pleased with this little project! I collaborated with Jordan of Polkadot Prints to design a darling house-shaped gift box that is as easy as pie to put together. You’ll want to make one for neighbors, postal workers, teachers — pretty much everyone you know! Simply print off the free template, cut it out and double-side tape it together. Fill it with a few small treats and your gift-giving list is done in a flash! Supplies: -Printable house template -Scissors -X-acto blade -Double-sided tape -Ruler & scoring tool Print the house gift box template. If you prefer, use the X-acto knife to cut out the window panes. With the ruler and scoring tool, score the house template on all the dotted lines. Fold on the newly scored lines. Add a piece of double-sided tape to the small tab. Connect it with the other side of the house, as seen above.

Fold the bottom flaps in and use double-sided tape to hold it closed. Add a piece of tape to the backside of the wreath and stick it in place. How to make an Origami Icosahedron - Triangle Edge modules. Origami Moving Cubes 2 - using Sonobe units. Crazy Paper Cylinder ! How To Make. How to make an Origami Box. 5 Teknologi yang membuat kucing Senang - TOP FIVE. MEMBUAT LAMPU GANTUNG DARI BAHAN KARDUS BEKAS ~ Resepq. Kali ini M+Studio akan memeberikan tutorial bagaimana mengolah sampah menjadi barang baru yang unik dan menarik.

Dan sampah yang akan kita olah pada tutorial ini adalah kertas kardus bekas. Ternyata jika kita mau sedikit usaha dan kreatif kardus bekas pun dapat diolah menjadi suatu barang yang cantik dan bermanfaat. Dan kita akan membuat barang tersebut bersama-sama, karena pada kesempatan ini majalah desain rumah akan membahas bagaimana cara membuat lampu gantung dari kardus bekas. Untuk itu, marilah kita siapkan alat serta bahannya terlebih dahulu. Yang perlu Anda siapkan adalah: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Setelah alat dan bahan untuk membuat lampu gantung dari kardus bekas disiapkan. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Demikian tadi penjelasan panjang lebar dari M+Studio tentang bagaimna membuat lampu gantung dari kardus bekas.

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Calendar 2012 design and promotion by Lo Siento studio Barcelona. 4D Type. Los geniales monstruos del ilustrador Juan Carlos Paz, BAKEA. Los perturbadores a la vez que coloridos chicos pintados por el artista japonés que se hace llamar 非(hi). David Mayzis Las divertidas ilustraciones de David Mayzis. Totalmente enamorado de las fundas y soportes en madera que hacen los chicos de Grovemade.

Herb by Burak Kocak Un sofá bonito con su lámpara, estanterías, un enchufe propio para nuestros queridos gadgets y hasta tiene para poner una maceta con una planta? Matt Duffin Las misteriosas puertas y los solitarios “cabezas de burro” dibujados por Matt Duffin. Hermès . Man on the move by Romain Laurent for Hermès. Marble Proust by Alessandro Mendini Alessandro Mendini penned a new chapter in the story of his most iconic work, the “Proust” armchair originally created in 1978, making it entirely in marble.

Uriel Márquez La original obra del joven artista mexicano Uriel Márquez. Karla Marie Bentzen STACKED OBJECTS by Emiel Remmelts Introverso2 Ceramic Flask by Misc. Livio Scarpella. Creative Paper Art That Amazed You. Advertisement Paper art is most recent and best art. In short period of time it get so many popularity and many people likes this art and large number of people connected with this profession. In this art artist convert the plain white paper into attractive three dimensional object. In this era no importance of paper to do anything and that is used only for that people that not have computer, tablet etc.

This is technology era and people are use laptop and tablet for office record, e-mail, letter etc and no need to use paper for everything but artist shows their talent and represent how much intelligent they are and have ability to make any object with paper. Paper is very flexible and reliable for prepare objects and easy to cut, fold, turn. You are able to make anything that you want to create with paper, but this art want some hard work, patience, experience and your attention for prepare outstanding model. 1. 2. 3. 3D Beautiful Panda 4. 3D origami Penguin 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. February « 2009 « ArtIsEverywhere. The Washington Post just published their Spring Arts Preview Guide. There is so much to see and enjoy but here are the ones I think are most interesting: • Pride of Place: Dutch Citycsapes of the Golden Age, National Gallery of Art, through May 3. • Bookends: Book as Art, Torpedo Factory, through Feb 22. • Detour: Architecture and Design Along 18 National Tourist Routes in Norway, National Building Museum, through Oct 10. • On the Origin of Species (After Darwin) — celebrating the 200th birthday of Charles Darwin, National Academy of Sciences, through April 23.

As a postscript, this is a fascinating article about happenstance, a purchase of a cabinet (of curiosities) by Robert Heggestad that led to Alfred Russell Wallace, contemporary of Darwin and may have been on the forefront of his theory. •Space Unlimited. . • 1934: A New Deal for Artists — fifty-six paintings from the federal Public Works of Art Program. . • Maya Lin: Systematic Landscapes. Be Sociable, Share! Unusual Furniture Materials: Crystal Chairs to Paper Sofas. Tokuin Yoshioka is perhaps as much a skilled material scientist as he is a creative furniture designer. Using uncommon and often scientifically complex materials, he constructs chairs, sofas and other everyday furniture objects from some of the strangest and most unlikely substances you can imagine – from crystallized chair structures to comfortable light-weight paper couches.

The above honey-combed chair – made from a durable-but-flexible cellulose used inside space structures – was the result of much experimentation and extensive research.The result, however, is an impressively comfortable but incredibly sturdy chair that is folded into shape, held in place and provides seating from an unlikely form. His paper couches are likewise unusual in appearance and seem unlikely to be stable at first glance, but are of course incredible cozy places to curl up in once you realize you can actually sit in one. MoCo Loco - Modern contemporary design & architecture.

Paper Art by Bianca Chang [ 8 Fantstic Images ] Here’s some more paper-based art to inspire you. In a similar working style of artist Kris Trappeniers, these photos showcase the work of Bianca Chang. I love the kind of work, and as can been seen in the following images, a lot of work has gone into each piece: Paper Art “Letter O” Bianca’s site explains: The time invested in each piece gives a sense of permanence to the material. Paper Art named “Yuck” Please Stumble this Post: Paper “Peaks” Artwork named “Dot” All images above are copyright © Bianca Chang. Like paper Art? If you liked this post, then I think you’ll also enjoy reading Paper Art Sculpting by White Papers Press. ★ Related Posts here on Design Soak Magazine ★ Star3. Interview with Paper Artist Fideli Sundqvist. I hope everyone had a great weekend! I’m sure you all have been waiting to see our latest interview, at least I am more than pleased to share it. This young lady is from Stockholm, Sweden and currently resides there as a graphic designer and illustrator both in the form of print, product designs and of course, paper!

I’m pleased to introduce the talented Fideli Sundqvist. I hope you enjoy our interview with her. When I was 14-15 years old, I became very interested in music, I played in bands and gathered vinyl records. This is where my interest in “cutting” began. The linoleum technique reminded me a lot of paper cuts, both in craft and graphic expression. So the last five years I have been consumed by this technique.

Last spring I took my bachelor’s degree from the Art Academy in Stockholm, Konstfack, Graphic Design & Illustration. What have been some favorite recent projects/clients/collaborations? How would you describe your creative process? How often do you get paper cuts? 2014 CALENDAR | NEW FLAVOURS on Behance. Free Merchandising Box Templates. How to Make 3D Paper Diamonds. PAPER DIAMONDS. Bangun Ruang - Rumus Matematika. Modul Geometri 1 - BBM_1.pdf.

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