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The art of pop-up : the magical world of three-dimensional books

Author: Jean-Charles Trebbi; Thomas Corkett; Promopress (Firm),
Publisher: Barelona : Promopress, 2012.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : English-language editionView all editions and formats
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The world of pop-up books, movable books, flip books and mechanical cards is a magical one. But who are the pioneers of their paper mechanisms? What are the techniques used to make these books? How do you make 3D, cause scenes to appear and disappear and suggest movement? This book presents a selection of both classic works and contemporary designers and artists who have appropriated traditional techniques to  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jean-Charles Trebbi; Thomas Corkett; Promopress (Firm),
ISBN: 9788492810659 8492810653
OCLC Number: 828847935
Notes: Translation of: Art du pop-up et du livre animé.
Originally published: France : Editions Alternatives, 2012.
Includes foldout pages.
Description: 159 pages, 1 unnumbered page : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 25 cm
Contents: Paper architects --
Movable books, past and present : What is a movable book? ; Movable books have a story to tell ; The eighteenth century and the arrival of fun ; A century of innovation ; Pictures start moving ; Post-war: common sense and simplicity ; The 1960s and 1970s: the birth of modern pop-up ; Publication and production ; The American machine and French artisans ; Current status: evolution ; Timeline fold-out --
Techniques : The pioneers : Lothar Meggendorfer; Ernest Nister; Julian Wehr;Vojtech Kubasta ; Mix-and-match : Jacques Desse; Mike and Theresa Simkin ; Concertina books : Orilum; Jean-Charles Trebbi ; Carousel books : Pietro Franchi ; Flag books : Marina Boucheï ; Tunnel books, tunnel book techniques : Edward Hutchins; Andréa Dezsö ; Carol Barton; Patricia Cavrois; Claire Hannicq ; Movable cards and figures ; Mechanical cards ; Pop-up cards ; Miniature pop-ups : Maria Victoria Garrido ; Flip books : Pascal Fouché ; Optical illusions and movable books, antique optical illusions books : Michaël Leblond and Frédérique Bertrand ; Action origami : Charles "Doc" Santee; Matt Shlian; Joan Michaels Paque ; Up-pop cards : Mark Hiner ; Origamic architecture : Masahiro Chatani; Keiko Nakazawa; Takaaki Kihara; Ingrid Siliakus; Elod Beregszaszi; Luciana Mancosu; Marizio Loi ; Sliceforms : Tatiana Stolyarova; Hiroko Momoi ; Yee-Sheung Yee Shing --
Themes and collections : Public collections : Pop-up patrimony; The International Centre for Illustration, Strasbourg ; Private collections : Ann Montanaro; Ellen G.K. Rubin; Annette Veenstra; Julien Laparade; Patrick Lecoq ; Alphabet books : Bernard Farkas ; Magic and movable books : Dany Trick ; Pop-up and children's literature : Florence Leyat; Bruno Munari; Kvéta Pacovská; Katsumi Komagata ; Comics ; Pop-up and artist's books : Gaëlle Pelachaud; Antoine Duthoit and Malvina Agache; Paul Johnson; Marie-Christine Guyonnet. Paper engineers : Andrew Baron; David A. Carter; Robert Sabuda; Chuck Fischer; Kees Moerbeek; Bruce Foster; Kristine Suhr; Ray Marshall; Tina Kraus; Eric Singelin; Valérie Keruzoré; Kyle Olmon; Peter Dahmen; Massino Missiroli; Olivier Charbonnel; Philippe Huger; Sam Ita; Steve Augarde; Jennie Maizels; Martin Graf; Louise Rowe; Mathilde Arnaud; Elsa Mroziewicz; André Garcia Pimenta; Les Associés Réunis and Gérard Lo Monaco; Bernard Duisit; Anouk Boisrobert and Louis Rigaud; Mayumi Otero and Raphaël Urwiller, Icinori; Kit Lau --
Beyond pop-up : Pop-up décor ; Theatre : Damien Schoëvaêrt-Brossault; Eung Young, Kim Pernelle; Fatna Djahra and Einat Landais; Philippe Ug ; Digital art : Gaëlle Pelachaud; Katy Davis; Chris Northey ; Restoration : Émilie Diné et Céline Portier; Pietro Franchi ; Courses : Mariemont Book Workshops; Camille Baladi and Arnaud Roi ; Anne-Sophie Baumann; Takaaki Kihara; Brigitte Milonas ; Techniques fold-out --
Models : Mechanical card : Kristine Suhr ; Origamic architecture : J. Ch. Trebbi ; Tunnel book : Ed Hutchins ; Disc sliceform : Marivi ; Pop-up slice : Tatiana Stolyarova ; Spiral petal book : Ed Hutchins.
Other Titles: Art du pop-up et du livre animé.
Magical world of three-dimensional books
Responsibility: Jean-Charles Trebbi ; translator, Tom Corkett.

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