Tuesday

Papertecht - The Work of Yoshinobu Miyamoto




Over at the Upon a Fold blog (rapidly becoming my favorite paper work blog ever), there's a terrific interview with Japanese architect and paper master, Yoshinobu Miyamoto. This guy's work is breathtaking, no? You can read the whole story here.

6 comments:

  1. I love paper! And those who have the patience and attention to detail to work with it like that just amaze me. The forethought and planning...I'm more of a free-form artist. This kind of stuff blows me away.

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  2. Bodecoa - Agreed. This level of math and visualization combined is beyond my ken. Amazing stuff. Thanks for the comment!

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  3. Does anyone know of any plans floating around for stuff like this? I'd like to have a go at it. I've got a drawer full of card stock and a fresh X-acto blade, ready to go...

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  4. Thank you Paul! Sending your post to Miyamoto now :)

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  5. I was so taken by Miyamoto's work that I made my own, and wrote an Instructable!

    http://www.instructables.com/id/Papercraft-LED-Lantern/

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