Papercraft 2 – Design and Art with Paper

Gestalten - Papercraft 2: Design and Art with Paper CoverAfter the genius Papercraft Book, Gestalten follows up with Papercraft 2: Design and Art With Paper. Showcasing an outstanding collection of groundbreaking paper projects, Papercraft 2 is an inspiring up-to-the-minute survey of current developments in contemporary design with paper. The book covers a broad range of various paper disciplines from paper cuts to complex spatial installations and even includes a DVD to show the latest use of paper in motion design.

Be sure to place your order on amazon.com before it’s official release in March 2011.

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“With an unparalleled collection of new and groundbreaking projects, Papercraft 2 presents current developments in contemporary design with paper and cardboard. The book documents how techniques such as cutting, folding, gluing, and collage help designers craft innovative communication design, products, and artwork from these materials that reach new creative heights. Recent examples include illustration, sculpture, and 3D graphic design as well as complex spatial installations, fashion, and objets d’art. Clearly advancing the handicraft used in earlier pieces, these are setting prevailing trends and inspiring the future evolution of work with paper in ever more creative disciplines.”—Gestalten

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”This trailer is papered with bright, punchy, and pop-culture relevant pieces from the book and included DVD. Presenting the best bits of cutting-edge stop motion footage, animation, ace music videos, and smart advertising this Gestalten.tv video shows the creative potential of what was once our primary material for communicating information.”—Gestalten

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