On August 13 and 14, Urban Paper Collective once again shows off last year’s output at the Sauerland Museum in Arnsberg during the Kunstsommer. This time the theme is ‘Space’ so we created this alien as our entry to promote the event.
With the ‘Little Christmas’-campaign counting down to Christmas our holiday season has officially begun. If you shop groceries at New World you can collect 12 mini puzzled characters to brighten up your place. The models are designed to be über-cute and super-easy to construct. To learn more about ‘Little Christmas’ you can visit the official website, browse the New World’s Facebook-page or just sit back and watch the commercial.
The downside: this all takes place in only New Zealand (lucky kiwis!). To soothe this fact and keep the X-mas-spirit alive we designed two little tree-ornaments to hang in your, ehrm, tree. Again designed to be über-cute and super-easy to construct. There’s no glue needed for example so by the time it’s Easter, you can fold the two characters back up and stuff them in the Christmas-box to be put in the attic for another (three quarters of a) year. With this gift we hope to restore the happiness-balance again for the entire planet.
We feel Santa would agree
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And please send pictures to 3eyedbear[at]gmail[dot]com of how you adopted these guys into your warm homes for us to share on Facebook. Together we can brighten up the intersphere with sparkly joy!
November 11th is a busy day. Laying around at the office are all kinds of invitations ranging from Veterans day, Remembrance day, stMartin’s day, (Polish) Independence and (Maldives) Republic day, Singles- (China) or Pepero- (South Korea) day, Children’s day (Croatia), the opening of (Catholic) Carnival-festivities to Pocky day (Japan). We also need to attend Leonardo diCaprio’s and King Jigme Singye Wangchuck (Bhutan)’s birthday-celebration-parties amongst many many other festivities, but here at 3EyedBear we are exhausted after 2 1/2 weeks of World Origami Days and probably stay at home (unless Leo calls personally).
There’s a lot of work demanding our attention. The Smithsonian Environmental Research Center together with the US Botanic Garden are currently producing a series of paper models of 25 native orchids and asked us to create them. The models will be superdeluxe 2-sides printed, manual embedded, pre-cut and -greased realistic versions of rare and special species to be handed out at schools, workshops and other events in the future. And today, at official Origami Day, they release the first easy (glueless!) model of the Showy Lady’s Slipper for FREE at their own website as a teaser for this project and to gain awareness for the preservation of endangered species of orchids.
All right, maybe I head over to Washington, raise a glass to this celebration-al news and do the inevitable working tomorrow.
Or YOU go to the party and >>> get folding <<<.
To celebrate the fact that Giant Panda’s will soon be seen in the Netherlands, to congratulate Ouwehands Dierenpark with acquiring these beautiful, rare and endangered species into their zoo and because we have this ‘thing’ with bears, we give away this simple glueless and easy-to-build little paper panda. Now all the children in the world share the fun. How cute!
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For the fourth time, Kunstsommer has asked the UPC to bring the Urban Paper show to the Sauerland Museum in Arnsberg (Germany). 3Eyedbear will bring all the stuff he has created in the past year, like his animals for Kadoorie Zoo and WWF, orchids for the Smithsonian Institute and all the loose and freestyle stuff he has been working on. In the workshop you can build his custom #UP15 parrot and a lot of exclusive models will be for sale. Like this creature here (we are planning to have it be cut by a machine in front of your eyes!).
Oh, and the bear will bring himself too. Don’t be shy to shake hands and say ‘Hello!’