In this class, learn to use photographic imagery with the intricate art of papercutting with Tiny Blades Project’s Annyen Lam! By separating the layers of the image into papercuts, you will be able to turn your photograph into a tunnel book. This workshop is an opportunity to make miniature 3D worlds through handcut paper while exploring a classic book format.
We will provide all materials for the class including samples of photographic images from old books and magazines to use for your own tunnel book. Please feel free to bring an image of your own – nothing bigger than 8.5 x 5.5”. Note: Photocopies of your photo will be used – you will not need to use an original photo for this workshop.
Wednesday, October 25th 2017
1 day, 3 hours
6.30pm – 9.30pm
Instructor: Annyen Lam
Price includes all materials.
Level: Beginner, no experience needed.
All bookbinding and/or box-making classes come with the option of purchasing a beginner or advanced tool kit for a discount rate. Please refer to the list here of what comes with each kit.
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Artwork pictured above is made by Annyen Lam.
See more surface treatment and papercutting classes here.
ABOUT ANNYEN LAM
Annyen Lam is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Toronto, Ontario. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from OCAD University (2012) as well as the Medal for Printmaking (2012). Her practice includes cut paper works, installation, lithography, screenprinting and book arts. She has exhibited throughout Canada and has participated in shows and print exchanges in Japan, Russia and Venezuela.