32 Flowers in a Newspaper Format

published in: Graphics By Apostolos Mitsios, 29 November 2010

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Image Courtesy of Itunube

Image Courtesy of Itunube
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flower is always a flower, regardless of its color, smell or origin. Flowers represent life at its most, with their vivid colors and the positive energy.  But if you are a sensitive soul like me and think that flowers should never be cut, try out the paper version of Sandra Bautista. Sandra Bautista,  is the Spanish designer hidden behind Itunube studio that has created flowers made out of paper, in different variations (32 unique flowers that come in a newspaper format) that will make your house look superb. Paper flowers don’t fade, don’t need to be watered, don’t cost a fortune, don’t make you feel guilty of cutting them and always stay fresh and good looking. Depending on your mood, you just have to choose you favorite one, place it as a cover-making a roll with all pages together-and put it in the vase. It’s simple, ecologic and effective. What more can we say, let them invade your space and enjoy flower power without any restrictions or regrets!

Image Courtesy of Itunube

Image Courtesy of Itunube

Image Courtesy of Itunube

Image Courtesy of Itunube

Image Courtesy of Itunube

Image Courtesy of Itunube

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Itunube studio

  • friend
    Sophie | 2010-11-29 16:39:35

    heavily inspired by the Partners' winning entry for Metro competition: D&AD and Metro challenged UK creatives to design a cover-wrap to inspire and motivate readers on their morning commute. The design, with flowers on the front and back of the cover means that when the paper is rolled up, it resembles a bunch of flowers which can then be passed on to another traveler to “make someone’s day.” http://dandad.typepad.com/dandad/2010/03/all-wrapped-up.html

  • friend
    Irene | 2010-12-01 21:03:15

    It's an amazing idea.... simply a piece of poetry I love it.

  • friend
    rona kruger | 2010-12-05 17:53:06

    What stunning creativity.........delightful for those days when we need"" the power of a flower" Have a Happy Christmas and let the Holly fill the papaers. Love and light Rona

  • friend
    Rajan Shah | 2010-12-29 08:31:00

    @Rona Kruger
    I am agree with you, creativity is at it's best. Great concept to make office or home attractive without changing flowers in vases.

  • friend
    JOHNAPPLEMAN Agencia de publicidad | 2012-05-22 11:51:21

    Fantastica idea! algo tan simpe y tan bonito!

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