Yamaha music store in Tokyo welcomes their customers with a creative visual store guide. The created paper craft dioramas of each department store/ floor. Each department is completed with stuff, utilities and customers! You can see from the window exactly how each floor looks like. In case you are just curious to see what the store offers, nothing beats this visual guide.
Dutch ad agency Van Wanten Etcetera created the campaign to promote the annual Dutch Book Week. Every year, a specific genre is profiled. The project was conceptualized by Markus Ravenhorst and Maarten Reynen, with artwork completed by Souverein. The famous book portraits include Anne Frank, Vincent van Gogh, Louis van Gaal and Kader Abdollah.
Dettmer is originally from Chicago, where he studied at Columbia College. Using knives, tweezers and surgical tools, Brian Dettmer carves one page at a time. Nothing inside the out-of-date encyclopedias, medical journals, illustration books, or dictionaries is relocated or implanted, only removed. Dettmer manipulates the pages and spines to form the shape of his sculptures. Brian Dettmer’s website
With images of assassins that change based on the light, the book covers designed by Herman Chaneco mimic the content of the books. The book covers and posters designed by los angeles-based designer Herman Chaneco turn the printed page into a small-scale installation. The pop-up titles contain figures designed so that a different image is produced based on the differing angles of its light source.
Paper craft by Hiroshi Namiki and some wonderful sushi plushes.
Don’t forget to check out his website. Enjoy!
Pozele care primesc cele mai multe like-uri pana pe 30 martie vor fi premiate cu produse OLFA, ideale pentru manufacturat obiecte artizanale din hartie sau textil.
Daca cele mai frumoase cadouri de 8 martie nu le-ati primit ci le-ati facut chiar voi, cu atat mai bine 🙂
Peter Callesen works start from a blank A4 sheet from which he carves subjects from which, as a magic, come out other shapes bound to the original one. Have a look at his gallery.
The new concept, created by Igor “Rogix” Udushlivy. It would be great if we can use dust jackets and bookmarks together to create a unique image of a paper book? This idea can help to expand book’s space 🙂