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“paper engineer” – I like that term. I wish I had skills in that area.
That ABC3D book looks amazing and I love those sculptures in old books. Actually, I like everything in this post. Surprising, huh :)
Astonishing artists. Hazarding paper engineering. Centripetal Notions.
Peter was great. Jen was great. Annie was great. Marion on YouTube.
Oh thank you for fulfilling my right brain quotient all through weekend.
Ooh, I’d never seen Peter Callesen’s work before. I love it! I’ll have to spend some time on his website later on today. The ABC3D book is really great, too. I wish I had an M for one of my initials so that I could get the book and display it opened to M. It was my favorite letter.
Great book yourself. I still want to buy the printable bookcloth and give it a try. Your books always make that desire a little stronger!
Paul – I like ‘paper engineer’ too! I’m dying to see the ABC3D book too, so clever. Glad you enjoyed this post :-)
Creechman – my pleasure. One does one’s best :-)
AmyH – I rather liked the ‘S’. Oh and the ‘V,W,X and Y’ in fact the whole book was amazingly clever :-)
You should go for the book cloth – it’s such fun to use.
I am speechless at the amazing works of art (the only one I’ve seen previously is the skeleton thinker by Calleson). I’m left scratching my head and saying, “how the heck did they do that?!”
Your paper art is really lovely, as is the new book (if I didn’t have the current snow aversion…LOL!). The Weave quote is especially poignant. The kids and I learned acrostics in our poetry unit…it is so much fun to write!
Teresa – they are amazing aren’t they? That’s why I showed you my feeble efforts first and then went on to the best last!
I love the Acrostic poem by Roger McGough. In fact I like all of Roger McGough’s poetry. He is so funny and even though a lot of them are for children, they can still be appreciated by adults as they are so clever.
Hope your snow has gone/is going. It is wet and windy here. Again.
the photo on your book is gorgeous Diane !!
I love your paper art ….lovely quote on the weave paper…
my favourite is the flowers by Peter Callesen…very clever :)
incredible showcase of extraordinary artworks
typing here in the dark…as it’s our earth hour here now :)
8:15pm at night… lol
the skeleton one is extremely interesting. there are some talented people out there!
Kim – Glad you like my stuff – it seems pretty tame compared with the real paper artists but I enjoyed making it :-)
Good for you doing your bit for the earth, I must work out when I’m supposed to do it too…..
Tom – there sure are, it’s quite inspiring – and awe inspiring :-)
Lovely pieces of art :-) Especially I liked that 10-th picture with flowers, it is really good. But I liked that ABC3D too. When my children will learn the alphabet, we could make such thing too, so they can better remember it
I’ve seen and admired Peter’s wonderful work before but Jen Stark is new to me. very talented.
Susan – I love that one too. I also love the ABC3D book, I am definitely buying one when it is published in October!
NurseM – I love Jen Stark’s work – such a simple idea but very difficult to accomplish I’m sure :-)
The skeleton pondering the human form is a classic. :) I love it. :)
..and I am loving your new photography blog! The black and white shots especially are quite beautiful :-)
I have wanted this book for a long time but when it was released it was just a little to expensive so I put it off and ended up forgetting.
A week ago I found this book at Target. so YAH! lol