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Using a pattern printed onto cartridge paper, sections are carefully cut using a scalpel.
Egg boxes have long been made form re-cycled material and here they are re-cycled again, using two of the many colours available.
A cube that can be made by hand from a square of paper.
Simple paste, water and paper, or papier-mache. In this case an old second hand ordnance survey map of Southend on Sea, bought for 99p.
London College of Communication (LCC) Print Technicians, Scott House and Tony Yard, lead a session introducing students to the printing and finishing facilities at the College.
Paul Lindley (CCW) 26 Spheres, 27 Cubes - Widening scope of and access to technical information. In collaboration with Process Arts this practical research exercise investigates the wide
3D Studio Crit following a short group collaboration construction project, students were asked to work in groups and build a tower to specification using materials such as spaghetti, paper and coat
short video describing process of conserving a manuscript. video not from Camberwell Conservation course unfortunately
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