With a refreshing perspective this book shows the designs of pop up creators all around the world with some of their most innovative designs and practical examples to construct them Full of colour illustrations and inspiring force, this book reveals the techniques of such a peculiar craft It gathers a splendid showcase of three dimensional books, from its origins until present day authors and trends For paper craft designers, all kind of people interested in new ways and techniques of book designing and format and professionals of the field of creative design who want to get an introductory verview on this subject.Born in Paris, Charles Trebbi is an urban architect, designer, artist and writer A Renaissance man who specializes in the infinite possibilities of folding, cutting and assembling using paper, cardboard, textiles and even wood and metal, he is author of several books on cutting, folding and pop up techniques for all sorts of materials and on near natural architecture....
|Title||:||The Art of Pop Up: The Magical World of Three-Dimensional Books|
|Number of Pages||:||309 Pages|
|File Size||:||875 KB|
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The Art of Pop Up: The Magical World of Three-Dimensional Books Reviews
This book covers the history of pioneer pop up works and their makers up to what is currently happening in the 3D paper manipulation world .
I'm just starting this book, so I will be updating this review...
Filled with pictures and useful info on the history and current artists making pop up books. Some pop up materials in back of book look interesting.
I am not an expert. After reading this book I sound like one. Very thorough and entertaining and full of Pop-Up gems.
I didn't realize it was a history of Pop-Ups, not a book about creating Pop-Ups. There were short paragraphs about current and past Pop-Up artists.
The Art of Pop Up covers the fascinating history and evolution of pop-up books over the years.