The Sunday Paper Blog

October 25, 2014

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This is the 26th edition of The Sunday Paper – it’s been half a year already! Today, I’m reporting from Lincoln, Nebraska, where I’m lecturing and teaching at the University of Nebraska and collaborating with master woodcut artist Karen Kunc

October 18, 2014

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I’m still not a big e-reader, but this origami-inspired kindle ad by Mirada Studios might convert me.

I’ve seen a lot of paper cuts, but these three sculptures by Nahoko Kojima are incredible. I guess that is why they were …

October 14, 2014

A Visit to The University of the Arts

I spent a week in Philadelphia recently (can you see the LOVE sculpture above? – it was a rainy day!), and I was a visiting artist at the University of the Art (UARTS) for a day, where an old coworker …

October 11, 2014

The Sunday Paper, 1 (24): Five Fun DIY Halloween Projects

Here are five fun Halloween paper crafts that I’ve found on-line. Enjoy!

1. Origami Pumpkin Lanterns

I love the glow of a lantern, especially as the days grow shorter. Personally, I’m challenged when it comes to this type of origami …

October 7, 2014

Holiday Gift Making!

Forgive me if this seems like a bit of an infomercial, but a girl has to do her marketing! And pardon me if you receive a message like this twice in the next day or two. If you live in …

October 4, 2014

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I wasn’t expecting these materials when I first looked at this piece by artists Gerlinde Gruber, Christine Strempel and Matthäus Jiszda, as seen on Fubiz.

A few years ago, I received a piece of fan mail from a professor at …

September 30, 2014

Movable Book Society Conference Observations

A couple of weeks ago, I had the opportunity to attend the Movable Book Society’s semi-annual conference in Philadelphia. I was invited to give a talk about my book Playing With Pop-Ups, which features many of the paper …

September 27, 2014

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Have you heard of quilling? I remember becoming obsessed with the craft in 7th grade, but my paper interests soon went in other directions. Ann Martin creates sophisticated quilled jewelry (among other things) and writes a spectacular paper blog called …

September 23, 2014

Paper Retreat Wrap-Up

 

From September 5-7, 2014 I held my first annual Red Cliff Paper Retreat. Ten participants and one assistant joined me for three creative days in this tiny hamlet on top of the Rocky Mountains. Here are some images and …

September 21, 2014

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Check out these light sculptures by Anke Neumann. Handmade paper rocks!

 

This clever gadget, the Junk Press, turns junk mail into coasters, bowls and plates. 

 

 

I just returned from the Movable Book Society conference in …