- By Oliver Helfrich Antje Peters

The Book of Paper

  • Title: The Book of Paper
  • Author: Oliver Helfrich Antje Peters
  • ISBN: 9789460830334
  • Page: 464
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Book of Paper In the first volume of Post Editions s new series on the creative potential ofseemingly everyday materials the subject is paper in amazing depth This strikingbook asks nine scholars and artists to ta

    In the first volume of Post Editions s new series on the creative potential ofseemingly everyday materials, the subject is paper in amazing depth This strikingbook asks nine scholars and artists to take a multi layered look at paper, fromits beginnings in second century China to surprising contemporary approaches.Essay topics include species of wasps and hornets that mIn the first volume of Post Editions s new series on the creative potential ofseemingly everyday materials, the subject is paper in amazing depth This strikingbook asks nine scholars and artists to take a multi layered look at paper, fromits beginnings in second century China to surprising contemporary approaches.Essay topics include species of wasps and hornets that make paper andcardboard remarkably similar to our own the 18th century German clergymanwhose life s work was experimenting with various materials to make paper and Cardboardia, a community of visionary architecture Origami masterPaul Jackson writes about paper music using paper as an acoustic medium,and Chiaki Morita introduces washi, the Japanese art of hand made paper from themulberry tree Stunning black and white photos complete this impeccable package.

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