Category Archives: Techniques

2017 Print Exchange

The Printmaking Sisters are running their third Animalia International Print Exchange and all printmakers are invited to enter, with proceeds of sales pledged to World Animal Protection. There is a simple set of guidelines to follow, setting out paper size, … Continue reading

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Seaweed Paper

By Dinah Beeston Recently Jess contacted us about making paper out of seaweed. She is currently completing her honours degree at UNSW art and design and for her honours project she is investigating how seaweed could be transformed into packaging. … Continue reading

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In the studio: Experimenting with larger paper

By Claire Brach My paper making journey has mainly consisted of making sheets not much bigger than A4 or 30cm square and I’ve been keen to make some larger sheets.  So Robert and I had a day in the studio … Continue reading

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Origami-style animals spring to life in this animation

Paper World is an image film for WWF Hungary where the values that WWF stands for become visible metaphorically on the level of a micro-world.  Click on the image above to access this outstanding feature, which has won a multitude … Continue reading

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Zoe Bradley: Handsculpted in paper

Zoe Bradley Design offers a bespoke design service, working closely with clients from concept to creation. Bradley delivers a distinctive product and experience. Primarily collaborating within the luxury sector, the aim of Bradley’s work is to create bespoke installations to … Continue reading

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Recycling blankets with Jill Elias

The Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children was founded in 1880 and was known at that point as ‘The Sydney Hospital for Sick Children’.  In January 1904 its name was changed when King Edward Vll allowed the word Royal to be … Continue reading

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Sydney Origami Convention 2016

Last year we gave a heads up about the October 2016 Origami Convention and it looks like it was very well attended with plenty of fun and some excellent paper sculptures coming out of it. We are delighted to showcase … Continue reading

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