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Make A 3D Paper City!

Make A 3D Paper City!

Paper Faces, Héctor Sos Di­rec­ción de arte y diseño gráfico para el catálogo-muestrario de papel Creator de Tor­ras Papel. “Paper Faces” nace con la in­ten­ción de re­lacionar el uso del papel Creator­Vol, un papel para el sec­tor editori­al como algo natur­al, vivo y cer­cano; de ahí la re­lación y la metáfora que se es­tablece entre papel y rostro. A par­tir de esta idea y de la necesidad de mostrar las cualidades del papel en la im­presión de una cuat­ricomia se pro­cesan una serie de elemen­tos dis­tin­tivos rea­lizados con estruc­turas de papel que re­cubr­en el rostro de los dif­eren­tes modelos. Papel y color son los elemen­tos que dan fuer­za al pro­yec­to y como si de un acto per­for­mativo se tratara, se ar­ticula una sesión fotog­ráfica donde la ac­titud que se busca por parte del modelo es similar a una sesión de re­trato tradicion­al, con giros del busto miran­do a la cámara, per­files y tres cuar­tos clásicos, bus­cando una estética de mar­cado carácter ur­bano, joven y con­tem­poráneo.

MATTSHLIAN.COM POP-UP... - Branding Identity DesignBranding / Identity / Design From the lenticular cover that changes with the angle of your hands, all the way to the Z, ABC3D is as much a work of art as it is a pop-up book. Each of the 26 dimensional letters move and change before your eyes. C turns into D with a snap. M stands at attention. X becomes Y with a flick of the wrist. And then there’s U… Boldly conceived and brilliantly executed with a striking black, red, and white palette, this is a book that readers and art lovers of all ages will treasure for years to come. Designed by MARION BATAILLE Electronic Popables by Jie QiA pop-up book that explores the integration of paper, electronics, mechanics, and computation. Pop Up Office Pop Up, 2009, cardboard, tape, 94 x 275 x 400 cm, by Liddy Scheffknecht and Armin B. Levi’s Pop-Up Closet Daan de Haan, Marianne Lock, Stefan van den Boogaard & Tim Artsdaandehaandesign.nl/ Typo and Popup Book A book alphabet by Marion Battles Pop up book – A.I. (2008) The Pop-Up Artist Auburn’s David A.

Behind the Scenes Davy always had the dream of creating a theatre performance that opened up like a pop-up book. A show that would mix video projections with live actors to create a totally immersive experience. We wanted to create a full scale, life-size theatre production. The idea for the Icebook was to create a miniature maquette for this dream – a demonstration model to show to producers and other funders in the hope that they would give us some money to make the full scale show. We love the old pre-cinematic optical illusions, such as zeotropes and magic lanterns, and the magical way in which they can mesmerise audiences through basic mechanics. When Kristin first held a pop-up in front of a lamp we were fascinated by the utterly beautiful effect of the light coming through the paper, creating shadows and silhouettes which we could then enhance and complement with back projected film-footage. While Kristin worked on the pop-ups, I created the projections in After Effects.

Architectures de papier à la Cité de l'architecture et du patrimoine - Webmômes Ze Blog 10 décembre 2012 Architectures de papier à la Cité de l'architecture et du patrimoine Sans vouloir paraître monomaniaque, j'ai emmené Lola et Livia voir l'exposition-atelier Architectures de papier à la Cité de l'architecture et du patrimoine. L'exposition présente 5 artistes de différents pays : Béatrice Coron, Mathilde Nivet, Peter Callesen, Ingrid Siliakus et Stéphanie Beck. Béatrice Coron travaille sur la découpe du papier et crée des univers très riches de détails (on peut voir entre autres un panneau inspiré des Villes invisibles d'Italo Calvino). Mathilde Nivet crée des photomontages qui donnent l'illusion du relief. Peter Callesen utilise en général une simple feuille de papier A4 et utilise TOUS les morceaux de papier. Ingrid Siliakus travaille les plis et les découpages également à travers l'architecture origamique, recréant des monuments du monde entier avec une seule feuille de papier. L'exposition est visible jusqu'au 17 mars 2013! Commentaires Poster un commentaire

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