Giveaway : Two of you can win the new print issue of papier mache


And again I can giveaway TWO books this week or should i say magazines… well i believe it's more than a magazine because the first Print issue of papier mache has been so beautifully curated and printed on good quality paper that you can hardly call it a magazine…

What do you have to do to win a copy: just leave a comment stating which artist you would like to see in the next print issue?

Winners are: Gali and riotyarn

papier mache was founded in May 2009 as an online magazine but soon the founders understood the demand for a print publication was in order. You can order the Print issue right here or previous digital versions here


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  1. notabilia

    Wow. I’ve never seen/heard of this magazine. The wonderful thing about moving half-way around the world, no? I’d love to win a copy. I’d like to see YOU featured in the pages of it.

  2. Melinda

    I am a big Julia Rothman fan – her illustrations are so simple and quirky. I would love to see a little Julia in the next Papier Mache.
    Alternatively, how about a special look at paper loving people – like me! Toot, toot, just my horn.
    Melinda x

  3. Debra Long

    There’s a fantastic Australian artist, Anna-Wili Highfield, and in fact, she’s being featured on http://www.designfiles.net this week, AND she’s got some amazing craft ideas with children as an added bonus (follow the link in the sidebar). Irene, you might be able to convince her to share these contributions with Bloesem readers — they are wonderful – or at least link to them. Her “art” is sculpture (birds mostly), and you need to see these gorgeous birds and other creatures to believe them. I lust after having a personal collection.

    I’ve read Papier Mache online and would love to read their first paper issue in my hand instead of on the screen. Thanks for the give away.

  4. silvana

    I would love to see Joel Henriques, the creator of madebyjoel.com in the next Paper Mache!

  5. Anneleen @ The Radish Factory

    If i’d had to pick an artist for the next issue it would be definately be Pieter Gaudesaboos, a Belgian grafic designer and writer of children’s book. Am preparing myself to blog something about him. He’s great!

  6. Ozowiezo

    Wow, I would love to get one of those – they are stunning! In THE NeXT issue, I’d love to see Mirjam from dutch label Mijnes: i love her felt and embroidered objects, they are so wonderful and perfectly executed…

  7. Marjolein

    Wauw, I’d love to win a copy of Papier Mache!
    I guess an article about the work of the russian artist nechepurenka (nechepurenka.com) would do great in the next print issue.

  8. Karin

    The magazine looks beautiful. I didn’t win one in the Kickcan and Conkers give-away so fingers crossed I have better luck this time!

  9. karen dekort

    What a beautiful magazine!!

    I would like to see Orla Kiely in it!!! she is axesome!

  10. wsake

    i´d love to see elisabeth dunker from fine little day in the next issue! and i´d love love love to win a copy…

  11. Noga

    Thank you! I love to see Seico Wakasugi from Japan. She makes the most lovely porcelain items in the world! Thanks again for this chance…

  12. Saskia

    Me please for the magazine! :)
    There are so many artists outthere but the prints from Kerry (the seventy tree) & the ceramic feelings from ArtMind or the photo’s/art from Anja Mulder would be great!

  13. Pomber

    I would love to see Joel Henriques (http://madebyjoel.blogspot.com) in the next issue. He always creates something exciting for children and he often shares some templates on his blog to make things easier for them.

  14. nevaena

    Bonjour, merci pour ce jeu et ce cadeau!!J’aimerai bien voir l’artiste créatrice de titlee!!Merci

  15. Katie

    What a beautiful magazine! I would call it a book too – “magazine” seems like something you read once and toss away, whereas this looks like something to treasure!

    I would love to see photographer Irina Werning’s work featured in Papier Mache – her recent portrait series “Back to the Future” has been making the rounds of the blogs recently, and for good reason. The other work on her site is fantastic as well, theatrical and full of drama and comedy and emotion.


  16. Outi Eerikäinen

    Looks absolutely gorgeous!
    I would like to see a textile designer Matti Pikkujämsä from Kauniste textiles being interviewed on the next issue.

  17. Becky

    Is it so terrible to day dream about having one of my soft sculpture creations peek into the pages of such a lovely publication? It has been so long since I have sewn (I am still falling into the rhythms of having a wee one in my life), but I do hope to find my way back to it soon.

  18. jessica nielsen

    Blanca Gomez would be nice (cosasminimas.com) or Rifle Paper (riflepaperco.com)…

  19. jojo

    This bookmagazinlooks beautifull, would like to read it. But I always forgot names of persons, so I cannot give you a name. I#m Sorry. Hopefully it is possibleto win too.

  20. kaisa

    I’ll have to say Joel Henriques,he is a genious coming up with beautiful,meaningful things for kids.I love the fact that he creates toys etc. from everyday ingredients together with his kids,lets them get involved. And yes,I would love to get a copy of the magazine.

  21. Shelley

    I’d love to see Annie Larson. I’m definitely picking up a copy of this!

  22. kelli

    WOW! This looks amazing!! I would love to see Emily Martin’s whimsical creations included in this beautiful magazine… magical!

  23. sacha

    Lotta Jansdotter would be wonderful- I have a book of hers and love the ideas and her blog for inspiration

  24. Kate Hutchinson

    I would love to see Alessandra Sanguinetti’s series “The Adventures of Guille and Belinda and the Enigmatic Meaning of their Dreams” published everywhere!

  25. lula honey

    i think joel henriques would be perfect for the next issue!

  26. Sharleen

    I’d love to see the design/illustration of Jessica Hische featured in here :)

  27. Sanne

    Geweldig Magazine!
    Ik heb een aantal mensen/blogs/sites die ik regelmatig bekijk en die ook super zouden passen in dit magazine:
    Bloesem, Satorialist (Scott Schuman), Rue Magazine, the Selby.
    Gaaf zou zijn om een van deze mensen in het magazine terug te zien!

    Lfs, Sanne

  28. maki

    I would like to see ” Apolline” from Apolline a Paris, doll artist who is living Paris. Her creation is whimsical !!

  29. AnnaDenise

    Hérnan Paganini!

    Looks like a wonderful magazine. I;m going to try and see if they sell it here in Brussels somewhere.

  30. Ima

    Peggy Wolf would be a perfect illustrator for this quality-magazine (www.peggywolf.com).

  31. Ima

    Sorry, I have found a more perfect illustrator: Fifi Lapin :), the most world stylish bunny (fifi-lapin.blogspot.com)

  32. Kelly

    I would like to see Amy Earles’ work. She is wonderful.

  33. Lea M.

    Hey! I would love to see the work of Lotta Jansdotter. She’s great.

  34. pimpelwit

    wauw! I love this book

    It would be great to see pictures from styling duo Frida Maria made by dutch fotographer Tjitske van Leeuwen

  35. rebecca mullins

    oh! Shannon Rankin and Justin Richel, one of the most amazing working artist couples ever, would be great to see here. you should really check out their work anyhow, i have a feeling it would really appeal to you. xorebeccaxo

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