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Student Work- Markus Ölhafen

Updated on June 28th, 2011  |  
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Student Work- Markus Ölhafen

Designed by Markus Ölhafen | Country: Austria

“This is a personal project I realised for my girlfriends birthday. It is a magnetic dress-up puppet, made out of printable magnetic foil and cardboard. For the packaging I tried to use materials with a natural feeling to create a handmade-touch. As an inspiration I thought back to primary school when we made small cardboard puppets that could be dressed with paper clothes.”

Student Work- Markus Ölhafen

Student Work- Markus Ölhafen

Student Work- Markus Ölhafen

Student Work- Markus Ölhafen

Student Work- Markus Ölhafen

Student Work- Markus Ölhafen

Student Work- Markus Ölhafen

Student Work- Markus Ölhafen

Student Work- Markus Ölhafen

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Designed by Markus Ölhafen | Country: Austria

“This is a personal project I realised for my girlfriends birthday. It is a magnetic dress-up puppet, made out of printable magnetic foil and cardboard. For the packaging I tried to use materials with a natural feeling to create a handmade-touch. As an inspiration I thought back to primary school when we made small cardboard puppets that could be dressed with paper clothes.”

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