Design firm has a fresh take on holding and folding a magazine.

Paperlux, a design firm in Germany, created a vibrant November issue for graphic design magazine Novum. The flexible texture, triangular geometry shaped by die-cuts, and lively colors invite people to touch and take interest in the magazine. According to Behance:

In 48,000 passes and with 140 extremely detailed die cuts per magazine, we created six differently coloured versions of the cover, without exposing the plates again each time. The result is a metamorphosis of paper, inspired by the one and only Richard Buckminster Fuller.

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