18 June 2009

It's a wrap.

I came out with this to summarise what I have learnt and done in semester 1. It is not only a wrap that literally wrap up the paper works I have made, it also represents my happy paper journey. I have been copying other great designers or artists' works, learning and studying their amazing creations, and finally, I am able to use what I have learnt and make it to my own. The wrap is folded with one big square sheet (540x540mm), and all the patterns are cut by hands. It contains 2 pop-up cases which hold documentary photographs of the paper works.
Sometimes I really amaze my last-minute potential (even though this is not something good to be proud of...) From designing, photographing, retouching, printing, cutting to putting everything together, I really pulled the whole thing off in 3 days with very limited sleep, of course. Because it is so last-minute that I didn't get to photograph the interior, I will put it up once I have it back.
So, it's a wrap.

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