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Cartonnage - Its origins, history & today's interpretation
A giant effort to save a giant. The Panda is the rarest bear on the planet and among the world's most threatened species.
What exactly is the difference between papier mache and paper clay? What is Carton Pierre?
David Winitt shares with us his lovely collection of Gemma Taccogna pieces.
Sermel papel mache is colourful and very collectable. Kevin M Pawlak is sharing his interesting vintage collection with us.
Papier mache plays a big part in New Year's Eve celebrations in Ecuador, and Jose Tobar has captured the festivities on camera to share with us.
What paste to use? Find out here...
Extracts of Gemma's unpublished book have been kindly sent to us by her close friend Jackie May.
A look at how eggs can be used to make creative papier mache items.
Now you have made your papier mache item, would you like to place it outside? Use my experiences with sealers and paints as a guide.
Chris Shilling has successfully completed his papier mache narrowboat. Here you can follow the project from start to finish. [Updated 25/05/06]
Make use of waste materials – they’re plentiful (and free!)
An in-depth analysis of the thin line between what is art and what is craft, and how they are perceived in the art world.
Old paper mache models of the most famous dog in the world (RCA Victor's HMV Nipper) are lovingly brought back to life.
Expert advice on the conservation and restoration of papier mache by a professional conservator.
A look at Sergio Bustamante, probably the most famous papier mache artist, and his incredible work.
Did you know...?
Everyone loves toys, and if you look carefully you may find some old papier mache ones.
The infamous and unmistakable Victorian use of papier mache.
The origins, the popularity and "oh" - those ingredients!
Debbie Andrews, an avid doll collector and member of the Doll Club of Great Britain, shares her knowledge on the history of papier mache dolls.