What We Love Now


PaperCity magazines have been employed in an installation (by Icelandic artist Magnus Sigurdarson, who used 7,000 copies for a 2008 sculptural piece) and as inspiration (by Houston-based Thedra Cullar-Ledford, whose ball gown bore images of socialites taken straight from the pages of PaperCity). Now hometown artisan Marguerite Belkin creates a crafty wearable collar formed from our May 2010 edition, which this scribe will model during opening night of %26#8220;The Paper Runway%26#8221; (through September 4) at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft on Friday, June 4. Natch, PaperCity is the media sponsor. Belkin%26#8217;s origami and PC magazine necklace, priced at $250, through the Asher Gallery at HCCC.

Image: Marguerite Belkin's Paper Collar, 2010, at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft. Photo by Jenny Antill.

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What We Love Now


PaperCity magazines have been employed in an installation (by Icelandic artist Magnus Sigurdarson, who used 7,000 copies for a 2008 sculptural piece) and as inspiration (by Houston-based Thedra Cullar-Ledford, whose ball gown bore images of socialites taken straight from the pages of PaperCity). Now hometown artisan Marguerite Belkin creates a crafty wearable collar formed from our May 2010 edition, which this scribe will model during opening night of %26#8220;The Paper Runway%26#8221; (through September 4) at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft on Friday, June 4. Natch, PaperCity is the media sponsor. Belkin%26#8217;s origami and PC magazine necklace, priced at $250, through the Asher Gallery at HCCC.

Image: Marguerite Belkin's Paper Collar, 2010, at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft. Photo by Jenny Antill.

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