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14.10.2016

In our November issue we present paper projects from all over the world on 23 pages: Yulia Brodskaya revives the charming old technique of quilling, Jaq Belcher creates huge pieces of paper art by hand, the initiative look+feel demonstrates how print finishings can support communication and Papertown builds stage designs made of cardboard. Of course there is also a lot of other great design to be discovered as well as a very special cover with a laser engraving.

 

novum 11.16 is also available as PDF version for only 8.99 Euro 

Yulia Brodskaya revives the charming old technique of quilling, Jaq Belcher creates huge pieces of paper art by hand, the initiative look+feel demonstrates how print finishings can support communication and Papertown builds stage designs made of cardboard.

 

In our Showroom we invite our readers to an inspiring journey to studios in Canada, Austria, Poland, Switzerland and Slovakia. There is much to be discovered. 

 

Of course the cover of this issue is also an example of »creative paper«. We used a fine paper by Römerturm and Rausgebrannt applied a very artful laser engraving.

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707Krea (GER)

Arbeitskreis Prägefoliendruck (GER)

Takeo Paper Show (ITA)

Natalia Bivol (USA)

Papertown (AUT)

Mia Perlman (USA)

Yulia Brodskaya (GBR)

Jaq Belcher (USA)

 

showroom

Schaffner & Conzelmann (SWI)

Biennale Warsaw (POL)

Dominik Roitner (AUT)

Blok Design (CAN) 

Pergamen (SVK)

 

 

Cover-Design: Riebenbauer Design (AUT)

Papier: Colorplan Turquoise, 540 g/qm von Römerturm

Veredelung: Laser-Gravur von rausgebrannt

Offset-Druck: F&W Druck- und Mediencenter GmbH