If you’re amazed by what can be achieved by just cutting or folding paper, be prepared to be awed by this book. Paper Cut by Owen Gildersleeve features 25 of the top papercraft illustrators working in the field across the globe.
Author Owen Gildersleeve is an illustrator known for his papercraft illustration, which gives him brilliant insight into their worlds and allows him to delve deep into their inspirations, methods, collaborations and techniques. He knows which questions to ask and is given rare behind-the-scenes access to the processes that make the final piece.
We’re thrilled to have three copies of Paper Cut to give away. It’s super easy to enter – all you need to do is send us a piece of papercraft inspired by your favourite fairytale. Not really. All you actually need to do is leave a comment on this blog post or email us at email@example.com with the subject line “I’m crushing on papercraft”. (Unless you really want to send us your incredible examples of papercraft, because that would be nice too.) The deadline for entries is midnight on Tuesday 8th July.
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Paper Cut by Owen Gildersleeve is out now in hardback.
Published by Rockport, priced £20.
To order Paper Cut at the discounted price of £16.00 including p&p* (RRP £20.00), telephone 01903 828503 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and quote the offer code APG168.
*This offer is only available within the UK. Please add £2.50 if ordering from overseas.
An exhibition with artwork from the book and workshops with some of the artists featured will run throughout September at The Proud Archivist gallery in Haggerston, east London.
Paper Cut at The Proud Archivist runs 4-25 September 2014.
Examples of papercraft by Swedish prop designer and papercut artist Fideli Sundqvist
Mandy Smith setting up her still life paper set, photographed by Leon Hendrickx for Paper Cut