Tag : pop-ups

Book Arts at Haystack 2015

The Haystack Mountain School of Crafts has a bookbinding offering during its fifth summer session from August 16 - 28, 2015 - Paper Engineering: Making Pop-Ups and Sculptural Books with Carol Barton. The workshop seems fantastic, as you can see in the description below: Discover the magic of the sculptural book through explorations

Mixed Media Cards Marathon

Yesterday I taught a Mixed Media Cards Marathon class at Studio Place Arts in Barre, VT. I had a wonderfully enthusiastic group of five women who joined me on an adventure through a number of mixed media techniques. I don't think we had room at the table for more than

Pop-Up Basics class at SPA

I recently taught a Pop-Up Basics class at Studio Place Arts. I had a group of seriously hard-working women in the class and they made wonderful work. I consider myself fortunate to always have the best students in my classes. Participants made models using over a dozen different pop-up techniques. My hope

Game of Thrones pop-up

While doing research for tomorrow's pop-class, I found this video of a fantastic pop-up created by Matthew Reinhart. I don't watch Game of Thrones, but my husband does and I've seen the opening credits several times. This book nails it. I'm not even going to try to describe its awesomeness, just check

Worktable Wednesday

I recently returned from a 2-week vacation and I've been having re-entry problems. I love being in the studio, but it's hard to transition back to work after traveling for an extended period of time. It's a different kind of life. I finally found something to sink my teeth into -

Off Book: Book Art at PBS

I just found another wonderful video on the PBS Learning Media website. This one focuses on book art in general and features book artists Matthew Reinhart, Andrea Dezso, and Carole Kunstadt. From the PBS website: Books are in a conflicted state. From pop culture pop-ups, to surreal sculptural stories, to reformations of

Movable Books: Pop Ups at PBS

The PBS Learning Media website has a great video that shows paper engineer Matthew Reinhart's creative process when he works on his fabulous pop-ups. From the PBS website: Matthew Reinhart and Robert Sabuda have been at the forefront of the explosion in popularity of pop-ups – three-dimensional movable books relying on intricate

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