Story of the cover: Issue 199

In a new regular feature here on the Computer Arts Blog, we'll be bringing you the story behind the cover of the latest issue. Starting with issue 199, here's how Motherbird took our brief and created an amazing paper sculpture...

If you've seen issue 199's cover – and we hope you have by now – you may be surprised to know that the stunning image that adorns it isn't a render or Photoshop piece of work, it's entirely made of paper. Motherbird, an Australian agency founded in 2009 by Jack Mussett, Chris Murphy and Dan Evans were set the brief by Computer Arts Art Editor Jo Gulliver – and it called for a conceptual response to the theme of moving from print to digital.

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