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Book Review: Paper Works

June 7th, 2012

Paper will forever be popular among artists for all of it’s transformative qualities. It’s a medium where the limitations are dependent upon the designer – a topic which is explored at length in Paper Works.

Paper Works has a little bit of everything – from carved paper books, to room-encompassing installations to avant-guarde fashion, and so on.

For those of us perched behind a computer, this book will inspire you to start crafting again.

Cover image via Kronalion.

 

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Welcome! I’m Shayna.
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