This is the third year we’ve run our New Visual Artists: 15 under 30 issue. What was once a highly edited list of 20 of the best and brightest young designers is now a deeper exploration of 15 of the most original talents working in visual communications today. This issue of Print comes at an interesting time. This new group of designers, while undeniably adroit, is part of a generation fully proficient in the art of self-promotion in a digital age. Getting the word out about
Spring is finally here! Maybe it's been spring for awhile where you are, but I live in Canada, so it takes a little bit longer to warm up where I am. And my oh my, have I ever missed the flowers and the leaves! I love walking my 6 year old daughter to school each morning and seeing the magnolias just ready to bloom, the buds on the trees just ready to burst and the bright yellow forsythia flowers highlighting our backyard. I love this time of year! And since I've been in such a wonderful…
Believe it or not, but these gorgeous geometric sculptures were created out of ordinary sheets of paper by artist Matt Shlian. Based on the principles of origami, the 'paper engineer' uses complex folding techniques to create waves of intricately proportioned protuberances, arising from a flat, wall-mounted surface in a visually arresting array of patterns and colors.
Curved Paper Folding: Hello! In this instructable I will introduce the basics of curved paper folding. You'll need the following to get started: -medium weight paper such as Canson Mi-Teintes -implement for scoring paper -pencil -eraser -cutting mat