Paper Garden

This beautiful origami garden was created by Swiss designer Anouk Vogel to celebrate Japan’s Gardening World Cup. The event’s theme is Gardens for World Peace and Prayer for Japanese Recovery, and will aid the victims of the Japanese Tsunami. I love the all white sculpture as it highlights the simple beauty of folded paper. […]

Pleats Please

The master of pleats Issey Miyake, exhibited a beautiful new line of lamps at Milan Design Week 2012.

Produced by Artemide, these lamps are folded and stitched from fabric made from recycled PET bottles. There are nine different pleated shapes which will make choosing just one difficult. Ok origami friends, it’s time to get […]

Corrugated in Cordoba

When I saw this sculpture by artist Pablo Curutchet on designboom.com it made me smile. I love when an artist envisions something very different and then shares that vision with the general public. For me that is the true meaning of outdoor art. Even today years after the”Box” installation has been dismantled I doubt […]

Creative Mojo

Finn gettin some Creative Mojo

Today I was interviewed by Mark Lipinski of Creative Mojo. His introduction for my new book, Modern Paper Crafts was so flattering I was a little speechless at first. Luckly Finn (pictured) broke the ice with a few loud barks. Mark and his co-hosts are always energetic and funny, by the end of the show […]

Pulp Fashion

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Recently we took a road trip up to San Francisco to see an amazing exhibition of Belgian artist Isabelle de Borchgrave. The Legion of Honor Museum is the perfect location for such a beautiful show. For those of you that have never been the museum, it is perched on a hill overlooking the Golden […]