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The September 2012 calendar from the graphic design project Pattern Matters by Lim Siang Ching.
From Buenos Aires with a degree in Graphic Design from a University within the same city, Barbara Perdiguera is currently now an illustrator and animator based out of Madrid. The the nine papercraft dioramas series showcased here is for Editorial SM (Spain). Two have been selected to appear in the annual prestigious American Illustration 31 to be published this November. The one above which reminds me of the cover of the infamous Totoro and below, of the pink bear skipping through the woods.
The August 2012 calendar from the graphic design project Pattern Matters by Lim Siang Ching.
The July 2012 calendar from the graphic design project Pattern Matters by Lim Siang Ching.
Lobulo Design‘s latest project, El ingenioso Don Quijote de la Mancha, utilizes several colors of paper built in prism shapes to produce this colorful book cover for the illustration design exhibition “100 book covers to fight illiteracy”. Be sure to check the making of video below!
Mademoiselle Maurice is an artist based out of France whose work is reflected through that of lace, photography, painting, embroidery and origami, shown here. She creates her pieces at first sight with a deep sensitivity and connection to the events encountered in her daily life.
“Rainbow” is the latest installation of Mademoiselle Maurice, which covers the streets of Paris with bursts of color. The rainbow consists of thousands of colorful origami paper that is folded, then glued to portray these lovely sculptural prismic shapes. This makes me want something like this in my room! Be sure to check out the beautiful video below.
The June 2012 calendar from the graphic design project Pattern Matters by Lim Siang Ching.
“The Spanish street artist Nuria Mora has created colorful origami pieces and placed them on display in public ad spaces in Tirso de Molina square, downtown Madrid. Inserting her 3D paper sculptures into billboards in the bustling city center, they can be enjoyed by shoppers and passers-by, as they are viewable from both sides and lit up at night.” — PSFK
The May 2012 calendar from the graphic design project Pattern Matters by Lim Siang Ching.
Texas based photographer Cara Barer puts a new meaning in book art through her colorful sculptures out of discarded phone books, computer manuals, maps and the like that she transforms and then photographs. Her inspiration stems from a random encounter where she discovered a rain-soaked Yellow Pages. From there she began her practice and dove into the search for books as well alternate methods of manipulating their appearance.