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Only Paper & Muji scissors
BY KEIKO TSUJI
@ VOL 52
ON MAY 28, 2008
Armed with only a pair of Muji scissors and some paper, Keiko explains the Japanese art of 'kirie' or paper cutting. The presentation slowly unfolds showing how incredibly creative this art can be.
The presentation is in Japanese with some English, but the pictures say it all!
PULP: Paper Art Party 2014
BY ROTEM YANIV
@ VOL 29
ON APR 01, 2014
After last year's success, PULP: Paper Art Party has returned. Led by architect Rotem Yaniv, the fundraising event advocates for sustainable design. The event itself encompasses a live music show within a reclaimed materials art exhibit. All proceeds go towards raising funds to refurbish Street Haven at the Crossroads, a downtown emergency women's shelter.
BY JULIE STEPHEN CHHENG & THOMAS PONS
@ VOL 137
ON JUN 29, 2016
"We are trying to mix paper and digital"
In Augmented Paper from PechaKucha Night Tokyo Vol. 137, Julie Stephen Chheng and Thomas Pons share their recent art collaboration. Stephen Chheng is a graphic designer and Pons, an animation director. They work on projects mixing paper, book design and new technology. In Japan, they work on a project called Uramado: windows in augmented reality.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Friday July 29th, 2016.
"'Robo-Origami' is a giant robotic origami installation created with robust robotic technology installed within giant origami sculpture."
In Giant Origami from PechaKucha Night Brighton Vol. 21, the Japanese artist Coco Sato, now based in Brighton England, shares her inspirational story of travels, learning new skills and giant interactive origami!
This was "Presentation of the Day" on June 24th, 2017.
Paper Making in Japan
BY REBECCA PRY
@ VOL 1
ON MAR 25, 2017
"They gave us certificates of mastering the art of paper making but then they quickly clarified that we didn't actually master it because it takes years to do so..."
In "Paper Making in Japan" from PechaKucha Night Warwick Vol. 1, Rebecca Pry shares her story of how she learned to make traditional Japanese paper, washi, while at the Awagami paper making factory in Tokushima, Japan.
Rebecca is a young artist living and working in Warwick, NY. Her work is heavily inspired by the patterns and imagery created by nature and her surroundings. Her designs have been published in books and magazines and have been printed on apparel, accessories, home goods, and stationery.