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Paper Engineering, 3D techniques for a 2D material, RotoVision, by Natalie Avella, featuring self-published poetry collection Zwischenstation / Coup de Grace, London, UK, October 2003 (English)
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Paper Engineering, 2003

POETRY COLLECTION
|p.20| (revised text version) Design: FL@33 | Project: Own project | Tomi Vollauschek of FL@33 used a variation of the dos-à-dos to create the cover of this poetry collection. Here, each of the two poetry collections are not bound into the gutters of the two folds. Instead, separate leaves of each sit inside two pockets created by paper whicht has been folded round and pasted to form pockets at the bottom of the alternate (and opposite) sides. This complicated cover concept was produced using just a single piece of paper, meaning that the initial piece of paper must have been cut into a shape allowing for the intricate pocket sections. Containing the collections of poetry Coup de Grace and Zwischenstation, this book was published in Frankfurt in 1998 in a limited edition of 100. The embossed cover was produced by hand.

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SPECS

Hardcover / Paperback

160 pages / 176 pages
200 images

267 x 236mm
 / 259 x 221mm

ISBN: 978-2880467111 / 978-2888930495
£29.99 ($45) / £27.50 ($35)

Published October 2003 / February 2009
RotoVision

Paper Engineering, 2003

Paper Engineering, 2003

OFFICIAL BLURB
Hardcover: Paper Engineering explores graphic design that extends beyond 2-D. From the simplest fold in a letterhead to the structural intricacies of a pop-up book, the construction of 3-D paper objects requires as much input as the surface decoration. This stylish and inspirational book unfolds the conceptual complexities of paper engineering, studying the techniques of eminent designers in Europe, Japan and the USA. Case studies are illustrated with photographs of finished work, as well as detailed diagrams and commentary. Paper Engineering also explores the functions of paper architecture in graphic design, ranging from pop-up books to invitations and point-of-sale packaging. Revised Paperback: Paper Engineering, revised edition, explores graphic design that extends beyond 2-D. From a simple fold in a letterhead to the structural intricacies of a pop-up book, the construction of a 3-D paper object requires as much input as its surface decoration. This stylish and inspirational book unfolds the conceptual complexities of paper engineering, studying the techniques of eminent international designers. Case studies are illustrated with photographs of finished work, as well as detailed diagrams and commentary. Now available as a revised and extended edition, Paper Engineering also explores the functions of paper architecture in graphic design, ranging from greeting cards to invitations, and from point-of-sale to packaging.

 

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