You can’t get away from paper — and these creative outfits don’t want to because they’re using it to make the most amazing works of art. The design world is enjoying something of a renaissance as more and more designers are re-discovering the beauty and versatility of this 2,000-year-old natural product. In that evolutionary way that has characterised its entire existence, paper has come to terms with digitalisation: creatives who are called upon to communicate via the computer have simply compensated for the loss of their art’s hand-crafted 3D qualities by ingenious use of lighting, settings and art direction.
We profile half-a-dozen leading exponents of paper-made art, who in exclusive interviews with IdN explain the attractions that dealing with this “magic” material hold for them, the challenges that it provides and the satisfaction they derive from overcoming them.
Owen Gildersleeve | Julene Harrison | Benja Harney | Goeun Lee | Bunch | Paperlux
Motion Gallery: Projection mapping
Creative Country: Portugal
Studio: Detail Design, Studio Feed
Typography: The DNA of great designs
Editorial: Balancing graphical and editorial equations
6 varying paper stocks
4C process + spot UV + vanish
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