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Paper, cut and folded

I have been working on series of cut and folded paper objects. Thinking about a hybrid between geometric and organic forms. This is my first iteration of that idea, the Sea Oat Cinder-Block. In order to make it I had to first build a three dimensional maquette and draw all the shapes in the round and then unfold my maquette, scan each surface into the computer. Which sounds easy until you are rotating all different surfaces in illustrator to make sure that all the lines actually will line up with each other when folded.

And a top view

One Comment

  1. This is just beautiful. I love the rhythmic quality of the side view especially.

    Thursday, August 1, 2013 at 5:29 AM | Permalink

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