Structural Packaging: Design your own Boxes and 3D Forms Paper engineering for designers and students

Each chapter concludes with photographs and net drawings of 6–10 creative examples of packaging designs made using the principles outlined in the preceding chapter. Structural packaging gives the reader an understanding of the underlying principles of packaging construction and the technical knowledge and confidence to develop a greater number of their own unusual and innovative designs.

Presents a unique system for creating strong 3d packaging • explains over 70 forms with clear instructions and advice, and gives the reader technical knowledge to create countless others • One of a series of three titles on paper engineering by Paul Jackson: the other titles are Promotional Materials Spring 2013 and 3D Pop–ups Spring 2014 • Follow up to the best–selling Folding Techniques for DesignersAlso available from Paul Jackson: Folding Techniques Complete Pleats Cut and Fold Paper Textures Cut and Fold Techniques for Pop–Up Designs Cut and Fold Techniques for Promotional Materials How to Make Repeat Patterns Laurence King.

A rare delight; a quite surprising array of oddly–shaped box designs, with a shape for almost every occasion and product. Art box"…this book gives the reader an understanding of the underlying principles of package construction and the confidence to have a go at creating ideal product packaging from scratch" – Art BoxUnlike other packaging titles, which simply provide templates to copy, this book enables designers of all packaging types to create 3–D packaging forms that are specific to their needs rather than based on an existing design.

It teaches a simple 'net' construction system – a one–piece 2–d configuration of card seen when a 3–D package is opened out and flattened – which enables the designer to create a huge number of very strong 3–D packaging forms that are both practical and imaginative.

Folding Techniques for Designers: From Sheet to Form How to fold paper and other materials for design projects

Since almost all objects are made from sheet materials such as fabric, plastic, sheet metal or cardboard, or are fabricated from components used to make sheet forms such as bricks – a brick wall is a sheet form, folding can be considered one of the most common of all design techniques. And yet, despite being so ubiquitous, folding as a design topic is rarely studied.

It has applications for architects, product designers, and jewelry and fashion designers. Folding techniques for designers explains over 70 different folds, crease pattern drawings, explained with clear step–by–step drawings, and specially commissioned photography. All crease pattern drawings are available to view and download at laurenceking.

Comauthor paul jackson has released more than 30 books on paper arts and crafts. Folding is rarely an inspiration for designers. At least, that is how it used to be. He has taught the techniques of folding on more than 150 university–level design courses in the UK, Belgium, the US, Germany, Canada and Israel.

This unique book explains the key techniques of folding, such as pleated surfaces, curved folding and crumpling. These objects will perhaps not be origami–like in appearance, or the folding may only be a detail, but most will nevertheless have been folded – wholly or in part – in some way. Origami is one of the most vibrant buzzwords in contemporary design.

Cut and Fold Techniques for Pop-Up Designs

With their emphasis on surface design over complex cutting, the pop-ups have an instant appeal for designers. Following the elegant, easy-to-follow style of Paul Jackson's other titles for Laurence King, Cut and Fold Techniques for Pop-Up Designs is an essential resource for marketing professionals and design students.

Laurence King. Introducing techniques for making pop-ups from one sheet of card, the third title in this series on paper engineering takes folding techniques into the third dimension. Each chapter introduces a new technical idea and show how that technique can be adapted in many different ways, or combined with techniques from earlier chapters.

These 3-d techniques can be incorporated into any design where typography and/ or illustration are used, personal publicity, invitations, including mail-shots, business cards, and greetings cards. Laurence King Publishing.

Cut & Fold Techniques for Promotional Materials

Laurence King. The book provides a one-stop source for novelty promotional materials, many appearing in print for the first time. Laurence King Publishing. Following the elegant, cut and fold techniques for promotional Materials is an essential resource for marketing professionals and design students, easy-to-follow style of Paul Jackson's other titles for Laurence King, and an inspirational guide to anyone looking to enhance the presentation of their product or service.

Laurence King. Cut and fold techniques for promotional materials is a unique collection of over 40 attention-grabbing cut-and-fold designs that when printed and illustrated form memorable give-aways to promote and advertise services and products.

Package Design Workbook: The Art and Science of Successful Packaging

Laurence King. Laurence King Publishing. The art and science of successful packagingThis comprehensive guide provides designers with a thoughtful packaging primer that covers the challenges of designing packaging for a competitive market in a very hardworking and relevant way. Laurence King. This book breaks down the process of design in a much more comprehensive way than most books on the subject, which just analyze the final designs.

This guide also offers case studies in the back half of the book with the text focusing on why specific colors, type treatments, formats, and finishes were chosen, and what the resulting effects were on the consumer and the client. Package design workbook addresses all aspects of the creative process including choosing a package format, colors and materials, final finishes, and special considerations such as awkward objects and unique display considerations.

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Complete Pleats: Pleating Techniques for Fashion, Architecture and Design

Paul jackson has taught pleating techniques to students of Fashion Design for 30 years, in both paper and fabric. It explains how pleating systems can be stretched, compressed, skewed, flared, multiplied and mirrored, showing how from simple ideas, a huge number of original pleat forms can be created. Laurence King Publishing.

Complete pleats is the definitive practical guide for anyone wishing to create and make pleats. Complete pleats also features about 40 examples of pleats from the worlds of architecture, fashion and product design. Paul jackson's major new title Complete Pleats is the most comprehensive book about pleating on the market.

Each technique is explained with a series of step-by-step photographs and line illustrations, enabling the designer to work through the basic principles of pleating and then adapt them to their specific needs. Laurence King. Rockport Publishers. Laurence King Publishing. Laurence King.

Paper Sculpture: Fluid Forms

The author also discusses tools and types of paper best suited for this art form. Laurence King Publishing. Richard sweeney is a British artist and designer who has exhibited his extraordinary paper sculptures all over the world. Rockport Publishers. Sweeney leads you through the three stages of his process, parallel pleating, to the basic shapes modular, or dynamic, and finally to the folding techniques, from the initial conceptual stage whether drawing on natural or architectural forms for inspiration, in column, curved folding, faceted pleating and radiating pleating.

Pliable, ephemeral and easily manipulated with simple tools, it is a medium with which the artist can form three-dimensional shapes quickly through precise folding and cutting. Laurence King. Laurence King. Paper is a readily available and inexpensive sculptural media. His aim in fluid forms is to show how the basic principles of form-making in paper can be useful for artists, architects and fashion designers.

Laurence King Publishing. Once mastered, these can then be expanded on and explored with the help of Sweeneys step-by-step analysis of the techniques he uses in the creation of his work.

Cut and Fold Paper Textures: Techniques for Surface Design

Finally, furniture, jewelry, inspirational photographs show the techniques applied by designers to clothing, and homewares, as well as artworks. Laurence King Publishing. Laurence King Publishing. There are 12 different techniques: twisting narrow strips to make "paper string, Crumpling, Incising and Lifting, Cutting Pleats, Tearing, Layering, " Weaving strips, Bending, Pleating, Stippling, Coiling, and using Translucent Surfaces.

Laurence King Publishing. Laurence King. Each is beautifully illustrated with creative examples, first made in white paper and then in papers of different colors, weights, and textures. Rockport Publishers. These techniques are mostly intuitive and easy to make, requiring no origami or paper engineering knowledge.

These techniques could be used by professional designers, design students in disciplines from textiles to interior design, and anyone with an interest in paper craft. This book will show you inspirational ways in which paper can be used to create textured and relief surfaces. Laurence King.

How to Make Repeat Patterns: A Guide for Designers, Architects and Artists

It will provide the definitive one-stop pattern-making resource for professional designers and students across disciplines, from textiles and fashion to graphic design and architecture. Laurence King. Laurence King. Rockport Publishers. Laurence King Publishing. Using letters as the basic elements, rotation, reflection, the book demonstrates how all repeat pattern-making comes out of four simple operations: translation, and glide reflection.

The book also shows how to make 'wallpaper repeats', where the elements of the pattern merge into each other, apparently seamlessly. This book explains, in simple steps and non-mathematical terminology, on the plane, as tiles, how to create repeat patterns in a line, and as Escher-like repeats. Laurence King Publishing.

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The Package Design Book Bibliotheca Universalis Multilingual Edition

Readers will discover, through product descriptions and plenty of images, what drives design industry leaders and agencies behind these creations, which permeate all aspects of our everyday lives. Laurence King. As the first thing a consumer sees when looking at a product, it can make or break a sale. This well of inspiration will not just serve design and marketing professionals, but anyone with an interest in the creative process of packaging.

Designers compete in five main categories ― beverages, luxury, food, body, and other markets ― and no fewer than 50 sub-categories. Featuring a selection of hundreds of works, this book brings together Pentawards winners from 2008 to 2016, providing a vivid demonstration of creativity in every form of packaging.

Packaging is a highly underrated art form. Laurence King. Laurence King Publishing. Rockport Publishers. Laurence King Publishing. Every year, the pentawards celebrate the art of the package by recognizing the world's most groundbreaking and influential designs. Laurence King Publishing.

Advanced Packaging Structural Package Design

No quibbles returns. Laurence King Publishing. Rockport Publishers. This volume ? advanced packaging ? contains 200 more complex designs. Laurence King. Also included is a demos version of Illustrator?-Plug-Ins that provide professional package design possibilities. All designs are ready for immediate use and illustrated with 2-D and 3-D structural drawings and photographs.

Laurence King Publishing. The cd contains the templates in various formats including EPS and PDF. Mint Condition. Laurence King Publishing. New. Laurence King. Guaranteed packaging. Dispatch same day for order received before 12 noon. Structural package design is a series of books, jam-packed with superb, 100% structurally accurate, scalable packaging templates.