26.07.11 by Jeff

Wrap

There are plenty of illustration magazines to choose from these days, but how many of them are designed to be used as wrapping paper when you’re finished reading them? Wrap is a beautiful large format magazine bound with an elastic (no staples).

Wrap paper magazine illustration publication

Wrap paper magazine illustration publication

Wrap paper magazine illustration publication

Wrap paper magazine illustration publication

Wrap paper magazine illustration publication

Wrap paper magazine illustration publication

Wrap paper magazine illustration publication

Wrap paper magazine illustration publication

Wrap paper magazine illustration publication

http://www.thewrappaper.com/













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Ana

    i love the concept. It’s a fantastic idea :)

  • Nice overprinting, really lovely

  • schould have an article about my project at Roskilde festival called Wrap lab http://on.fb.me/qR0MSS

  • lapetitefaon

    I love this idea as well! Totally reminds me of wrapping presents using the comic section of the newspaper! (my favorite type of wrapping paper!)





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