21 April 2011

Book du jour - journey lines book 2

One sheet of A4, cut in half to make a double turkish-map-fold and a small quadruple version, in progress -
The tiniest one just didn't happen! The double version with just lines seems like a dead end (even after some extra folding of points back on themselves), but the quadruple version could have possibilities for storing or displaying small slips of paper...
I like how the lines meet, and "someday"will see what happens with rectangles folded this wa. Perhaps the print needs to be on one side only?


Joanne in Canada said...

As I look at what you're doing with your printed papers, I wonder if you know the book, Supersurfaces,folding as a method of generating forms for architecture,products and fashion.
It might give you some ideas.
Happy Easter! Still learning from you and envying your life in London.

margaret said...

Thanks, Joanne - I'll look for that book - it opens up a whole new avenue!