A Paperfest at Moo

June 15, 2013 § 1 Comment

Last month, much to my barely-contained excitement, not only did I get to visit my favourite print-on-demand company (and see the Moo ink drop reception carpet in real life,)

RH.Moo6we got to play with paper for a couple of hours of practical mind-expanding creativity.

RH.MooEverybody had a mini-goody-bag, with labels and envelopes….which included my cherished thick juicy Luxe business cards.

RH.Moo1We folded, tweaked and challenged our spatial awareness of paper. Soon a set of origami books had been nestled into a custom-made envelope. And some paper was engineered into pop-ups.

RH.Moo3Fortunately, bowls of sweeties and plates of biscuits were on hand to maintain momentum.It was a Monday evening after all.

RH.Moo5Whoah! Some folk from the American office joined in via video link (and patiently folded different shapes in between instructions. Brilliant.)RH.Moo2There was time for free-style experimentation with the folded book forms involving felt-tips and some revelations about the last office party. The evening was rounded-off with a slideshow of how paper has become a career for The Travelling Bookbinder.

This is the first corporate paperfest I’ve had the pleasure to run. If you or your company would like to host your very own, send a message. Yay.

RH.Moo4Thank you to Moo and Mr Matthew Grey.

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