This year I was invited by Nick Knite to design papertoys robots for PAPER ROBOTS published by h.f.ullmann.
Here are my robots (sorry for the poor images, couldn’t find a decent shot of them): BurddBott and Walkrr TXR
I’m one of the 15 papertoy artists from all around the world and we produced 25 robots!
The book is ready and its awesome!
It will be in four languages (English, German, French and Spanish) and is already available on amazon for pre-ordering.
Some of the artist in the book also wrote about it:
but the rest of the artist are too awesome not to mention:
Matt Hawkins, Marshall Alexander, Abz, Shin Tanaka, Castleforte, Dolly Oblong, Jonny Chiba, Scott Schallar and Vinsart.
If you want to see more, here is a link to the product-page on ullmann-publishings website with more details and previews.
Eventually there will be microsite on the Ullmann-website, where you can download free robots, some of them brand new and never released before!!
The microsite on the Ullman-website is live! Get your free robots over there!!!
Check more photos here, on HAKUSAI PROJECTS coverage of #up13 where we officially introduced the book to the public.
Castleforte posted a promotional poster for the “50 papertoy monsters” book which will be released very soon.
Castleforte: here is a sneak peak of all 50 monsters from my new, soon to be released book, “50 papertoy monsters”. thanks to workman publishing for this wonderful, promotional poster. enjoy!
This is a freaking awesome book!!! what a beautifull set of papertoys
My monsters are “Squidbeak” (third row, first one) and “Scorpion Robot” (fourth row, third papertoy).
Preorder at Amazon
I finished this models a while back, but never posted about them…
really sad that I didn’t because they are awesome đŸ˜€
They are papertoy monster made for the Monsterbook by Workman Publishing Co.
You can preorder it at Amazon:
Papertoy Monsters: Make Your Very Own Amazing Papertoys! .
There are 50 monsters in this book made by 25 designers. We were given the task to create monster papertoys on one piece of paper, with double-sided prints. They also asked to do some “classic” monster: I did a robot and a fictional monster.
Check my flickr account for more images!
I know that I haven’t been very active on my own blog, that doesn’t mean that I haven’t been busy!
Sadly I can’t tell a lot about that….
I the meanwhile I made a Flickr gallery about Papertoy robots – part 1.
A thumbnail gallery about papetoy robots
I hope you like it