Project of the Day: Flag Book
By: Karin Kunori [The Sketchbook Project 2012, The Sketchbook Project Limited Edition]
Turn your sketchbook into a flag book!
Although this book structure looks complicated, it is actually pretty simple to make. The basic structure of the book is an…
I was recently given this amazing French book by Rébecca Dautremer, and I just had to post some pictures of it. It has nearly 100 laser cut pages, and I cannot believe how intricate and how tiny some of the laser details are. The effect is much like the current experiments in ‘book excavation’ or the work of Brian Dettmer. I have to say, it’s inspiring me to think about what kind of effects I could achieve on the laser cutter that I have access to. I’ll have to check out what it does to paper!
Papercut Light Boxes by Hari & Deepti
Holy shit. I thought these were vector illustrations.
That’s utterly awesome.
I recently designed this glitter book for a friend. It’s normally not my taste— but now that it exists, I want one in every color. More pics + details on my blog:
A Sparkly Custom Journal for the Glitter Lovers Soul handmade by Kitty Cat Stevens
Folded in its cover, it measures 5 x 5 cm, fully expanded it is 63 cm long. It contains pictures of the months, with chores typical for that. In circles next to the pictures, red lines mark the bright hours of the day, black ones dark. In addition, the calendar has an overview of the holidays and saint’s days for the whole year, each one marked with a little figure illustrating the commemorative day; e.g. a lion for the feastday of St. Mark.
It is kept in the National Library of Denmark