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Corey is coming to say hello and share stuffs made from our kirigami patterns. Thanks Corey ! It is nicely done.
© Daniel Mar (France) - 2010
contact: danielmar at artpapier.fr
Une feuille de papier blanc pour bâtir un monde
improbable. Une épuration du superflu pour aller directement à
l’essentiel et laisser parler le papier vierge est la règle de ce jeu
de séduction dont chaque œuvre est unique.
My fashion containers are entirely made with recycled
products: the boxes and canisters had a previous use and were destined
to be thrown out... I only allow myself to use recycled paper
(catalogs, maps, wrapping papers) or discarded silk flowers to create
my storage units.
Jeffrey Rutzky's works
© Jeffrey Rutzky (USA) - contributions 2007/2008
contact: jrutzky at rcn.com
- Dave Swart’s Earth Puzzle, 2008, 4.5" dia., printed on transparency,
cut on a Craft ROBO.
- Stairway to Heaven, by Hans Schepker
This took 1-1/2 hours to fold, but less than five minutes to
minimally prepare the file for ROBO and then cut-n-score both sides.
No X-Acto or scoring tool was used! Not even tweezers; only fingers.
- Origami Cube, by Oskar van Deventer
Cut out and cut-scored on my Craft ROBO.
No X-Acto or scoring tool was used!
- Cubes. Designed by David Hathaway, cut with a Craft ROBO.
- Erechtheion. Designed by Jagoda Djuran, cut with a Craft ROBO.
- Half-step. Designed by Paul Jackson, cut with a Craft ROBO.
- How to Be a Paper Architect. Cut with a Craft ROBO using Pop-Up font.
- Modern Temple. Designed by Willem Boning, cut with a Craft ROBO.
- Modern Tower Pop-Up. Designed by Magda Jonikas, cut with a Craft ROBO.
- Paper Sculpture. Traditional kirigami with bead embellishments, cut with a Craft ROBO.
- Tetra Perpetual Calendar. Designed by Peter J. Visser; Tetrahedral
map projection by Carlos A. Furuti.
- Rialto Bridge. Designed by Tatyana (tekuila) Stolyarova, cut with a Craft ROBO.
- Slide-togethers. Designed by George W. Hart, cut with a Craft ROBO.
Mr. Hart coined the term "Modular Kirigami."
- Wind Gauge Book, or as Ramin Razani calls it in French: Livre
Anémomètre. Designed by Ramin Razani, cut with a Craft ROBO.
- Designer Paul Austin's chess set (with modifications to pieces by
Jeffrey Rutzky), originally featured in Paul Jackson's "The Pop-Up Book." Crafted by Jeffrey Rutzky with help from Adobe Illustrator, Epson 1280 printer, and lots of X-acto cuts.
Origamic cards and Paper Cutting (decoupage)
© Julia Palmer (USA) - Contribution from 2005 to 2010
contact: juliadpalmer at hotmail.com
The first two are sympathy cards I made,
The first one is an OA card. I used a templet from one of Chatani/nakazawa's books
The second card is a parchment card. I am just learning how to do this type of card.
The third card is a 3D tole card, also called 3D decoupage.
Presepe Napoletano - origamic card
© Enzo (Italy) - 2007
contact: enpen59 at gmail.com
My name is enzo, write to you from Naples-Italy.
The photo reproduces a "presepe napoletano", realized with the technique of origamic architecture.