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Unique Edition Geralds-Paper dog art sculptures

Project Year

2015

Client

Lazerian

Gerald the paper dog was the host of his own worldwide exhibition that journeyed from New York to Milan and London. Numerous designers and artists all contributed their own style of design on the paper dog sculpture.

19 larger unique edition Gerald’s were created as one-off models. More information on Gerald and the exhibition can be found in the Gerald book

Old Tricks, New Dog by Daren Newman

”My one-off Gerald is again harking back to a Victorian era and their usage of decorative marbling in end papers and the covers of Victorian literature which created unique one-off designs. As Gerald is made from paper and he has a story to tell, it seemed fitting to use this technique to individually decorate each panel. Also… with Lazerian & the Gerald project being at the forefront of modern paper craft it seemed right to juxtapose that with a paper craft from the past.”

Paper dog sculpture known as Gerald with a marbled colourful rainbow design
A close up of a paper dog model with the design being a marble effect with yellow, blue and red colours.
Side view of a large paper dog model in 3D form. With a colourful marbled effect design by illustrator Daren Newman. Part of an exhibition by design studio Lazerian who asked artist and designers to contribute using their signature styles.

Gnarly Dog by Famous When Dead

My work is a creative response to my industrial surroundings. Inspired by my children and the urge to progress beyond the everyday and the mundane.

A large paper dog from an design exhibition from design studio Lazerian. A spray paint design with tags and lettering all over it.
Graffiti designed leg of a paper dog model. Created by Lazerian
Close up of a graffiti design on a paper dog model by design studio Lazerian
Side view of a paper dog with a graffiti design all over it by design company Lazerian
Back view of a graffiti styled paper dog model in 3D form. Part of an exhibition by design studio Lazerian

Pixel by Felt Mistress

Pixel is covered in approximately 70 metres of hand cut felt strips, completely hand sewn in place using over 150 yards of thread. Inspired by low fi computer graphic, samuri and Egyptian mummification. Gerald was extremely well behaved during the entire process despite being occasionally pinned.

A large dog sculpture in 3D form. Designed by Felt Mistree in her own unique style this dog is covered in black with small squares of coloured felt sporadically around the dog. The colours are yellow. red and grey. Part of an international desig exhibition from design leaders Lazerian. Artist and designers were invited to customise the dogs in their signature styles.
Side view of a black dog sculpture covered in black felt with yellow red and grey small squares of felt dotted around it. DEsigned and created for an international exhibition curated by design leaders Lazerian. Artist and designers were invited to showcase their own designs onto the large dog sculptures. This design is by international artist felt Mistress.
Close up view of a dog sculpture i 3D form. Looking closely at the sculptures neck it is covered in black felt with small squares of colours- yellow, red and grey. Designed by Felt Mistress as part of a international design exhibition by design leader Lazerian. Artist and designers were chosen to customise the dogs in their own unique styles.
Close up of a dog sculpture showing its nose which is covered in black felt. From the artist and designer Felt Mistress and showcasing her signature style. For an exhibition from designers Lazerian who invted creatives to design using their own signature styles.
Close up of a felt covered dog sculpture. Covered in black felt with small squares of grey, red and yello. A close up of the neck area. Design by Felt Mistress and part of an exhibition by designers Lazerian. Several artist and designers were asked to contribute by putting their own signature designs onto the dog model.

Honeywood by Guy McKinley

I found the experience of designing on the Gerald dog a complex one, almost the antithesis of my usual approach. My work is usually quite heavily character based and also more importantly, flat. I painted him when he was deconstructed, bit by bit: the process was painstaking as each large dog is made of 88 single pieces. My main reasoning behind my method was just to make sure each panel stood alone as a small abstract painting, plus that using water-colours and washes and lots of flowing organic shapes would clash nicely with the rigid form Gerald has. I used the same palette throughout to maintain some consistency, but I had no idea how it may look when constructed, I got so into the painting, I kind of forgot it was eventually going to be dog shaped. when constructed, I love how the angles cut through and join other parts. it makes for an interesting study.

 

Large model of a paper dog with a blue yellow and black design on it. Designed by Guy Mckinley for the Gerald exhibition by Lazerian
Close up of a pattern on a paper dog sculpture in 3D form made for a design exhibition by studio Lazerian. The pattern shows off swirly lines in yellow, blue and dark grey. The design is by illustrator Guy McKinley who took part in the exhibition on the request of curators Lazerian. Lazerian wanted to feature artist and designers who would show off their signature designs.
Close up of a dog leg with blue, green and yellow swirls. It is from the leg and body of a paper dog sculpture in 3D form which is part of a design exhibition by Lazerian. Artist and designers from around the world were invited to showcase designs and illustrations to feature on the body of the paper dog that is the mascot of design leaders Lazerian. The design is from respected illustrator Guy Mckinley.
Close up of a paper dog sculpture showing its paper ear with a design on it showing blue, yellow and green swirls. Designed by illustrator Guy McKinley for an exhibition by Lazerian. Lazerian invited artist, designers and other creatives to showcase their designs on the paper dogs using their unique signature styles.
Side view of a large edition paper dog model in 3D form. The pattern on the dog is a swirl of blues yellows and greens. designed by international illustrator Guy McKinley. For an exhibition by design leader Lazerian who asked artist and designers to customise the large dogs in their own signature styles.
Back view of a paper dog sculpture in a lifestyle special edition version. This dog has yeloow, blue and green swirls all over its body. Designed by renowned illustrator Guy McKinley for an exhibition from design leader Lazerian. LAzerian invited artists designers and illustrators to contribute to the exhibition by adding their own signature styles onto the paper model.

Tyson By Inkie

”Having worked as head of Design for SEGA Europe for over 10 years and overseen European Print design for the launch of Xbox, I have seen the development of Video game graphics from the basic but colourful sprites of Sonic and Mario to the Gouraud shaded polygons of the early Playstation and Dreamcast games. Gerald instantly reminded me of these but in its own 3 Dimensional space. My design is based on the cross breed of Traditional Maori tattoos, Mike Tyson’s face and and Ibizan Sunset. It was a pleasure to create this design to fit this 3D polygon model.”

Main view of a paper dog sculpture with a purple, orange and black striped designed coat. Part of a design exhibition using the mascot of design group Lazerian. Artists and design worldwide were asked to stamp their own designs onto the paper dog by Lazerian. This design has been created by world respected illustrator and artist Inkie.
Side view of a paper dog sculpture with a purple black and orange striped design on its body. The paper dog which is a mascot of respected design studio Lazerian was part of a exhibition curated by Lazerian. Artist and designers were invited to customise the paper dog models in their own styles. This design is by respected artist known worldwide as Inkie.
A close up of a pattern that is part of a paper dog sculpture. The pattern is black and purple stripes. The design is part of an exhibition from design studio Lazerian who invited artists and designers to experiment with the body of the dog by adding their own signature styles. This design is by artist inkie.
Close up of a leg that is part of a paper dog sculpture. The close up shows off a pinky purple stripe alternating with black. The design is from world renowned artist and well known illustrator Inkie. From an exhibition curated by design studio Lazerian artist and designers were asked to customise the dogs in their own styles.
Back view of a purple and orange striped paper dog sculpture in 3D form. The dog is part of an exhibition by design studio Lazerian. Artists and designers were all invited to contribute by adding their designs onto the paper dog who is a mascot of design studio Lazerian. This design is by artist Inkie.

Heel! by Insa

” Using my trademark graffiti fetish pattern, usually seen spray painted on walls around the world, I’ve Transferred my renowned design to a new surface of Gerald, the dog. This pattern is usually about ownership and fetishism for the surface or object that is engulfed in the design. Often covering such converted items such as luxury cars and high heel shoes. But in this instance it is more about the contract between the free flowing curved lines and the hard geometric lines of the paper structure. Heel Boy!”

A lifesize paper dog sculpture made into a 3D form. Gradients of colour from the yellow head turning into a red body and eventually a pink then purple rear end. There are also white cartoonish style stilettos scattered over its body. The design is a signature one from Insa who is a internationally renoewned graffiti artist. PArt of a exhibition from design leaders Lazerian where they invited artist and designers to add their trademark designs onto the body of the paper dog who is also the Lazerian mascot.
Left hand view of a paper dog sculpture in 3D form. With a gradient of colours from yellow to pink to purple. Also sporting white stilettos. Created by artist Insa. Part of an exhibition by Lazerian
Paper dog sculpture in 3D form. Close up view of a paper dogs body. A yellow background with a black line pattern and white stilettos drawn over it. Part of a design exhibition from design studio Lazerian
Paper dog sculpture in 3D form. Close up view of the side of the dogs head showing off its ear. A yellow background with a black line pattern and white stilettos drawn over it. Part of a design exhibition from design studio Lazerian
Side view of a paper dog model in 3D form that has been designed and created by international graffiti artist Insa. The paper dog is the mascot of creative design studio Lazerian. The project involed asking artist and designers to customise the dogs using their own trademark and signature styles. This dog sculpture has a gradient colouring which starts from a yellow face goes to a red body and fades into a pink then purple rear end. The design also has white stilettos across the body that are drawn in a cartoonish way.

James by James Cropper

”The James Cropper Gerald takes the name of the creator. Like Gerald itself, it is a broad collaboration based on the collective work of countless people at our 170 year old bespoke paper making operation in the Lake District. We’ve made the paper for all Gerald Dogs, but ours is a little different- the paper is both canvas and art. The colour is a rich earthy beige, the embossed pattern inspired by Moroccan leather hide, and the feel a luxurious soft suede. This is, without doubt, a Gerald you will want to stroke.”

A paper dog sculpture model that is created from a textured and coffee coloured paper. The paper is from paper company James Cropper and is part of an international design exhibition from Lazerian
Side view of a lifesize paper dog model that is coffee coloured and has a texture on the paper. Part of a design exhibition by Lazerian this dog was created by paper merchants James Cropper who designed this paper especially for the project.
Head of a 3D paper dog sculpture. MAde using paper from James Cropper which is textured and coffee brown in colour. PArt of an international design exhibition by design leaders Lazerian
Close up of a coffee brown and textured paper dog model in 3D sculpture form. As part of an exhibition by Lazerian with paper from James Cropper
A paper dog model in 3D sculptural form. Coffee borwn and textured created y=using paper from paper company James Cropper. As part of a design exhibition from Lazerian

The Universe, Flys, Diamonds, Rocks and Paint by Jimi Crayon

” I like to work across any and all mediums. I decided to bombard my Gerald with everything I was working on at the time to capture some real energy and variety. I worked across a flattened Gerald randomly placing my imagery across the cuts and folds with little thought, meaning the piece could take on a life of it own during construction. I didn’t really know how it would look until I saw the finished dog.”

A lifesize paper dog sculpture created for an international exhibition from Lazerian. Artist and designers were invited to create their own designs onto the large scale dog model. This creation is from international artist Jimi Crayon. It is a complimation of all of his work at that moment in time. It features a black and white design of flies on its rear leg, colourful cartoon like pattern, big circle eyes on the dogs neck and a purple space like scene on its head and lower neck.
A close up look at a paper dog model in 3D form. Looking at the body showing a colourful cartoon style pattern from international artist Jimi Crayon. Part of an exhibition by Lazerian who invited artist and designers to take part in adding their own designs to the paper dog model.
A close up look at a paper dog model in 3D form. Looking at the body showing a colourful cartton style pattern from international artist Jimi Crayon. PArt of an exhibition by Lazerian who invited artist and designers to take part in adding their own signature creations to the paper dog model.
Back view of a large lifesize paper dog sculpture in a 3D form. Part of an exhibition where Lazerian, who are a design studio who use the dog as a mascot, invited artist and designers to add their signature styles onto the paper model. This design is a amalgamation of the artist- international illustrator Jimi crayon's work at that time. Including black and white images of flies on the dogs rear leg, colourful patterns on the body and large circle eyes on the head.
A paper dog sculpture with black and white images of flies on its rear leg. It has a colourful bumpy pattern on its body and also circle eyes on its neck. It has a purple space like cosmic pattern on its head and just below its neck. Part of an international exhibition by design studio Lazerian. Artist and designers were invited to take part by adding their own style onto the paper dog model. This creation was by world renowned artist Jimi Crayon.

999 bones and this bitch ate none by Joel Millerchip

“I treated this project like a sketch book and tried to draw as many bones and skulls as possible which gave me time to concentrate on the basic drawing as the laser cut shapes led the design and layout.”

Paper dog sculpture in 3D form. The design has black line drawings of bones and skulls all over it. designed by renowned artist and illustrator Joel Millerchip. As part of an international exhibition by Lazerian
Side view of a white paper dog with black line drawings of skull and bones all over it. The paper dog sculpture is the mascot of design studio Lazerian who set up an exhibition whereas artist and designers customised the paper dogs with their own designs. This design is from international illustrator and artist Jimi Crayon.
Close up of a black and white paper dog sculpture that has line drawings of black skulls and bones. Part of an exhibition by design studio Lazerian. Artist and designers were invited to customise the paper dog models in their own signature styles.This design is by Mr. millerchip
Close up of a black and white patterned dog in 3D sculpture form by illustrator Joel Millerchip. as partt of an exhibition by design studio Lazerian where they invited artist and designers to showcase their own designs onto the paper dog model. The design is full of black line drawings of skulls and bones.
Back view of a paper dog model in a 3D sculptural form. The dog is the mascot of renowned design studio Lazerian. A exhibition using artist and designers who added their own stamp and designs onto the dogs was arranged. This design has black line drawings of skulls and bones onto ta white background and is by respected artist Jimi Crayon

Throwie by Jonny Wan

“For my version of Gerald I knew instantly that I wanted to experiment with some hand drawn lettering. Lettering has always been a passion of mine but I haven’t really found the right project to apply it to. Drawing inspiration from graffiti and chunky display type, I created a pattern illustrating each of the letters that make up Lazerian. Each letter has the word Lazerian written inside but with the encapsulating letter missing. The aim of this was to force the viewer to have patience with the work and invite them to investigate and look at each letter to see if they can discover the pattern within.”

Paper dog sculpture with a black background and red letters dotted about the body. Part of an exhibition by design studio Lazerian who invited artists and designers to customise the bodies of the paper dog who is also a mascot to the Lazerian studio. this design is from illustrator and designer Jonny Wan.
Back view of a aper dog model with a black background and red letters scattered all over it. Part of a exhibition from design studio Lazerian. The dog is a mascot of the company. Artist and designers were invited to customise the body of the paper dog. DEsign from illustrator and designer Jonny Wan
Close up of a paper dog face that is black with red letters all over it. The 3D sculpture is part of a project by design studio Lazerian. Design on the dog by Jonny Wan
Close up of a design by illustrator Jonny Wan who took part in a project by designers Lazerian. Lazerian set up an exhibition featuring it dog mascot where artist and designers all made their mark on the paper dog model. This dog is black with red letters all over it.
Close up view of a black paper dog with red lettering all over it spelling Lazerian. Lazerian is the company who have the paper dog as its mascot and they organised the exhibition where artist and designers all contribute by designing their own dog.
Side view of a black paper dog model in a 3D form. the sculpture is the mascot of design studio Lazerian and part of an international exhibition. Artist and designers were invited to customise the paper sculptures by Lazerian. The designer and creator of this lifesize model is international illustrator and designer Jonny Wan.

Flower by Kai and Sunny

”Sunny and I were amazed by the structure of the Gerald Dogs so when asked to be involved it was a definite yes. The large Gerald has so many platforms and angles our flower print felt like the correct piece. Our line work fitted the various platforms perfectly. For us to see our 2D print 3D was very exciting. We were thrilled with the result.”

A large lifesize paper dog sculpture in a 3D form with a dark grey lined pattern on it. The design is one of the iconic prints from international illustrators Kai and Sunny who also designed and customised this dog. The dog is the mascot of leading design studio Lazerian who also set up the project and exhibition and asked artists and designers from around the world to design their own pattern in their signature styles onto the model of the dog.
A back view of a paper dog sculpture customised by leading illustrators and designers Kai and Sunny. the line pattern on the body of the dog is dark grey and one of the pairs most famous designs. Part of an international exhibition where artist and designers were chosen to customise the paper dog. The project was curated by Lazerian, who also have the dog as the studios mascot.
Close up view of a paper dog sculpture that has a dark grey line pattern all over it. The paper dog was customised by international leading illustrators kai and Sunny. The pair used one of there most famous designs to enhance the paper dog model. The dog is a mascot of leading design firm Lazerian. Lazerian set up a project and exhibition where as designers and artist from around the world where chosen to customise the paper model in their own unique signature styles.
Close up view of a paper dog sculpture that has a dark grey line pattern all over it. The paper dog was customised by international leading illustrators kai and Sunny. The pair used one of there most famous designs to enhance the paper dog model. The dog is a mascot of leading design firm Lazerian. Lazerian set up a project and exhibition where as designers, illustrators and artist from around the world were picked to customise the paper model in their own signature styles.
Side view of a paper dog sculpture that has a dark grey line pattern all over it. The paper dog was customised by international leading illustrators kai and Sunny. The pair used one of there most famous designs to enhance the paper dog model. The dog is a mascot of leading design firm Lazerian. Lazerian set up a project and exhibition where as designers and artist from around the world where chosen to customise the paper model in their own unique signature styles.

Spot by Kerry Roper and Flo Heiss

“Dance with Fear.”

Paper dog sculpture in 3d form that has been customised by artists and designers Kerry Roper and Flo Heiss. Part of an international exhibition whereas artist, illustrator, designers and creatives were all invited to customise the paper dog which is a mascot of leading design studio lazerian. This dog seems to have been covered in bright orange paint and then splashed with smaller symbols using colours like purple, yellow, blue and white. the underneath of teh dog has been covered in black paint.
A close up look at a paper dog sculpture in 3d form that has been customised by artists and designers Kerry Roper and Flo Heiss. Part of an international exhibition whereas artist, illustrator, designers and creatives were all invited to customise the paper dog which is a mascot of leading design studio lazerian. This dog seems to have been covered in bright orange paint and then splashed with smaller symbols using colours like purple, yellow, blue and white.
Paper dog sculpture in 3d form that has been customised by artists and designers Kerry Roper and Flo Heiss. Part of an international exhibition whereas artist, illustrator, designers and creatives were all invited to customise the paper dog which is a mascot of leading design studio lazerian. This dog seems to have been covered in fluorescent orange paint and then splashed with sploshes using colours like purple, yellow, blue and white. the underneath of the dog has been covered in black paint.
Side view of a paper dog sculpture in 3d form that has been customised by artists and designers Kerry Roper and Flo Heiss. Part of an international exhibition whereas artist, illustrator, designers and creatives were all invited to customise the paper dog which is a mascot of leading design studio lazerian. This dog seems to have been covered in bright orange paint and then splashed with smaller symbols using colours like purple, yellow, blue and white. the underneath of the dog has been covered in black paint.
Extreme close up of a paper dog sculpture in a 3D model form that has been customised by artists and designers Kerry Roper and Flo Heiss. Part of an international exhibition whereas artist, designers and creatives were all invited to customise the paper dog which is a mascot of leading design studio lazerian. This dog seems to have been covered in bright orange paint and then splashed with smaller symbols using colours like purple, yellow, blue and white. the underneath of the dog has been covered in black paint.

Radiate by Liam Hopkins

” The geometry of the large faceted Gerald was the starting point for this customisation, wanting to keep a similar feel to my small Gerald. Using the radial pattern, I have instead radiated the lines from one of the corners on each triangular section, emphasising the unique construction method. The radiating lines are drawn on with a ball point pen using the traditional drafting technique on a 2D plotter. This technique was used traditionally by architects and designers when blueprints of projects were plotted out to show clients and planners. Now they would be digitally presented or printed. ”

Paper dog sculpture in a 3D model form. Thin line that cross the body to then meet in a radial pattern. The radiating lines are drawn on with a ball point pen using the traditional drafting technique on a 2D plotter. This technique was used traditionally by architects and designers when blueprints of projects were plotted out to show clients and planners. This design is by head of Lazerian Liam Hopkins. The paper dog is a mascot of leading design studio Lazerian who also curated this exhibition where artist and designers were invited to customise the paper dogs in their own signature styles.
A close up of a leg on a paper dog sculpture in a 3D model form. Thin line that cross the body to then meet in a radial pattern. The radiating lines are drawn on with a ball point pen using the traditional drafting technique on a 2D plotter. This technique was used traditionally by architects and designers when blueprints of projects were plotted out to show clients and planners. This design is by head of Lazerian Liam Hopkins. The paper dog is a mascot of leading design studio Lazerian who also curated this exhibition where artist and designers were invited to customise the paper dogs in their own signature styles.
A close up look at a paper dog sculpture in a 3D model form. Thin line that cross the body to then meet in a radial pattern. The radiating lines are drawn on with a ball point pen using the traditional drafting technique on a 2D plotter. This technique was used traditionally by architects and designers when blueprints of projects were plotted out to show clients and planners. This design is by head of Lazerian Liam Hopkins. The paper dog is a mascot of leading design studio Lazerian who also curated this exhibition where artists, illustrators and designers were invited to customise the paper dogs in their own design styles.
Paper dog sculpture in a 3D model form. Thin line that cross the body to then meet in a radial pattern. The radiating lines are drawn on with a ball point pen using the traditional drafting technique on a 2D plotter. This technique was used traditionally by architects and designers when blueprints of projects were plotted out to show clients and planners. This design is by founder of Lazerian Liam Hopkins. The paper dog is a mascot of leading designers Lazerian who also curated this exhibition where artist and designers were invited to customise the paper dogs in their own design styles.
Side view of a paper dog sculpture in a 3D model form. Thin line that cross the body to then meet in a radial pattern. The radiating lines are drawn on with a ball point pen using the traditional drafting technique on a 2D plotter. This technique was used traditionally by architects and designers when blueprints of projects were plotted out to show clients and planners. This design is by head of Lazerian Liam Hopkins. The paper dog is a mascot of leading design studio Lazerian who also curated this exhibition where artist and designers were invited to customise the paper dogs in their own signature styles.

Pretty Smokes by Miss LED

“My work predominantly focuses on portraiture, so being part of the Gerald show was a good opportunity to look at all the elements and supporting characters I like to use in my compositional works. Using different hand drawn lines against digital ones is something I haven’t tried before. I hope it goes down well.”

Paper dog sculpture in a 3D form with a pink and blue swirly line pattern all over it. Designed by illustrator and artist Miss LED as part of an international design exhibition by design leaders Lazerian. The paper dog is the mascot of Lazerian who curated a exhibition and project whereas artist, illustrators and designers were all invited to customise the dogs to their liking using their own signature styles.
A side view of a paper dog sculpture in a 3D form with a pink and blue swirly line pattern all over it. Designed by illustrator and artist Miss LED as part of an international design exhibition by design leaders Lazerian. The paper dog is the mascot of Lazerian who organised a exhibition and project where artist, illustrators and designers were all invited to design the dogs to their liking using their own signature styles.
Close up of a section on a paper dog sculpture in a 3D form with a pink and blue swirly line pattern all over it. Designed by illustrator and artist Miss LED as part of an international design exhibition by design studio Lazerian. The paper dog is the official mascot of Lazerian who curated a exhibition and project whereas artist, and designers were all asked to customise the dogs to their liking using their own unique styles.
A close up section of the head of a paper dog sculpture in a 3D form with a pink and blue swirly line pattern all over it. Designed by illustrator and artist Miss LED as part of an international design exhibition by design leaders Lazerian. The paper dog is the official mascot and logo of creative studio Lazerian who headed a exhibition and project whereas artist, illustrators and designers were all invited to customise the dogs to their liking using their own signature styles.
Close up of a part of a paper dog sculpture in a 3D form with a pink and blue swirly line pattern all over it you can see a line drawing of a large and a smaller pink mushroom.. Designed by illustrator and artist Miss LED as part of an international design exhibition by design leaders Lazerian. The dog known as Gerald is the mascot and official logo of Lazerian who curated a exhibition and project whereas artist, illustrators and designers were all invited to customise the dogs to their liking using their own signature styles.
A back view of a paper dog sculpture in a 3D form with a pink and blue swirly line pattern all over it. Designed by illustrator and artist Miss LED as part of an international design exhibition by design leaders Lazerian. The paper dog is the mascot of Lazerian who curated a exhibition and project whereas artist, illustrators, creatives and designers were all invited to customise the dogs to their own liking using their own unique signature styles.

Rad Leg By Pete Fowler

“Having already created a vector art wood grain smaller Gerald, I decided to paint this larger version of the wonderful beast. He arrived fully formed and after promptly priming him he started looking over at me for a few days while I thought about ideas to decorate him. His presence as a dog made me want to bring out his doggy-ness rather than transforming him into something non canine so I went to work on realising his inner breed. Seeing as we had a spell of cold weather it made sense to give him a warm coat and a rather lively one to boot. As soon as he was done his character bounded out and he became a very welcome guest in my studio. I’m sad to say that I’m going to miss the old chap, but he’ll soon have a pack of new friends to keep him company.

A large 3D sculpture of a paper dog. The dog has been painted to look like a dog with a blue coat on with red circles on it with pink inners. Part of an international exhibition by design studio Lazerian who curated an exhibition and project that allowed artists and designers to customise the lifesize paper dog model in their own customary style. The dog also known as Gerald is in fact the mascot and logo of Lazerian. This dog has been deigned and created by illustrator Pete Fowler.
Side view of a a large 3D sculpture of a paper dog. The dog has been painted to look like a dog with a blue coat on with red circles on it with pink inners. Part of an international exhibition by design studio Lazerian who curated an exhibition and project that allowed artists and designers to customise the lifesize paper dog model in their own unique style. The dog also known as Gerald is in fact the logo of Lazerian. This dog has been designed and created by illustrator and designer Pete Fowler.
A close up look at a large 3D sculpture of a paper dog specifically its neck area. The dog has been painted to look like a dog with a blue coat on with red circles on it with pink inners. Part of an international exhibition by design studio Lazerian who curated an exhibition and project that allowed artists and designers to customise the lifesize paper dog model in their own signature style. The dog also known as Gerald is in fact the logo of Lazerian. This dog has been deigned and created by illustrator Pete Fowler.
Extreme close up of a large 3D sculpture of a paper dog. The dog has been painted to look like a dog with a blue coat on with red circles on it with pink inners. Part of an international exhibition by design studio Lazerian who organised an exhibition and project that allowed artists and designers to customise the lifesize paper dog model in their own customary style. The dog also known as Gerald is in fact the mascot and logo of Lazerian. This dog has been deigned and created by designer and illustrator Pete Fowler.
A large 3D sculpture of a paper dog. The dog has been painted to look like a dog with a blue coat on with red circles on it with pink inners. Part of an international exhibition by design studio Lazerian who curated an exhibition and project that asked artists and designers to customise the lifesize paper dog model in their own customary design style. The dog also known as Gerald is in fact the mascot and logo of Lazerian. This dog has been designed and created by respected illustrator Pete Fowler.
A look at a large 3D sculpture of a paper dog in particular it neck and half of the body.. The dog has been painted to look like a dog with a blue coat on with red circles on it with pink inners. Part of an international exhibition by design studio Lazerian who curated an exhibition and project that allowed artists and designers to customise and design the lifesize paper dog model in their own customary style. The dog also known as Gerald is in fact the mascot and logo of Lazerian. This dog has been deigned and created by international and well respected illustrator Pete Fowler.

Geraldine by Pomme Cham

“Based on my hand drawn original. At the beginning of the Gerald project was not sure what to submit and how it would turn out. So I tried to use my signature drawing, working a mirror image and a seamless pattern. I love how it has turned out so much. It felt like a happy ending by accident, which I find happens a lot during the design process.”

A paper dog sculpture in a 3D model form. Designed by international artist Pomme Chan in her usual style which is a charcoal like hand drawn grey pattern with loads of effect that almost look like marble. Part of an international exhibition and project by Lazerian who invited artist and designers to contribute to the project by adding their own signature designs onto the paper dog that is a logo and mascot for design studio Lazerian.
A close up of a paper dog sculpture in a 3D model form. Designed by international artist Pomme Chan in her usual style which is a charcoal like hand drawn grey pattern with loads of effect that almost look like marble. Part of an international exhibition and project by Lazerian who invited artist and designers to contribute to the project by adding their own designs onto the paper dog that is a logo for design studio Lazerian.
A view of the back of a paper dog sculpture in a 3D model form. Created by international artist Pomme Chan in her usual style which is a charcoal like hand drawn grey pattern with loads of effects that almost look like marble. Part of an international exhibition and project by Lazerian who invited artist and designers to add to the project by adding their own signature designs onto the paper dog that is a logo and mascot for respected design studio Lazerian.
Side view of a paper dog sculpture in a 3D model form. Designed by international artist Pomme Chan in her signature style which is a charcoal like hand drawn grey pattern with loads of effect that almost look like marble. Part of an international exhibition and project by Lazerian who invited artist and designers to contribute to the project by adding their own unique designs onto the paper dog that is a logo and mascot for respected design leaders Lazerian.

Sir Gerald Wedgewood II by Tom Hovey

“My Gerald is based on Wedgwood pottery and ceramics. I have a mirror in my bathroom that is surrounded by broken Wedgwood crockery and the shards of angular crockery reminded my of the shapes that make up the surface for Gerald. I used the idea of traditional English Wedgwood design as a starting point and integrated decorative design references from throughout history, such as Persian, Pompeian, Greek, Turkish, Medieval and Chinese ornamental designs. The colour palette was purposefully restricted to reference the well-known blue and red hues of Wedgwood pottery.”

A paper dog model that is lifesize and a 3D model structure. With a red and blue early English Wedgwood style pattern from pottery and ceramics mixed with Chinese, indian and roman influences. Part of an international exhibition from design leaders Lazerian. The dog is the mascot and logo of the creative design studio. Lazerian invited artist and designers to showcase their own designs on the paper sculptures. This design is from Tom Hovey
Side view of a paper dog model that is lifesize and a 3D model structure. With a red and blue early English Wedgwood style pattern from pottery and ceramics mixed with Chinese, Indian and roman influences. Part of an international exhibition from design leaders Lazerian. The dog is the mascot and logo of the creative design studio. Lazerian invited artist and designers to customise the dogs with their own designs on the paper sculptures. This design is from illustrator and designer Tom Hovey
A close up of a paper dog model showing off the blue parts. The dog is lifesize and a 3D model structure. With a red and blue early English Wedgwood style pattern from pottery and ceramics mixed with Chinese, Indian and roman influences. Part of an international exhibition from design leaders Lazerian. The dog is the logo and mascot of the creative design studio. Lazerian invited artist and designers to customise their own designs on the paper sculptures. This design is from designer and artist Tom Hovey
BAck view of a paper dog model that is lifesize and a 3D model structure. With a red and blue early English Wedgwood style pattern from pottery and ceramics mixed with Chinese, indian and roman influences. Part of an international exhibition from design leaders Lazerian. The dog is the mascot and logo of the design studio. Lazerian invited artist and designers to showcase their own designs on the paper structures. This design is from artist Tom Hovey
A look at a close up of a paper dog model that is lifesize and a 3D model structure. With a red and blue early English Wedgwood style pattern from pottery and ceramics mixed with Chinese, Indian and roman influences. Part of an international exhibition from design leaders Lazerian. The dog is the mascot and logo of the creative design studio. Lazerian asked artist and designers to showcase their own designs on the paper sculptures. This design is from designer and illustrator Tom Hovey
A close look at the red part of a paper dog model that is lifesize and a 3D model structure. With a red and blue early English Wedgwood style pattern from pottery and ceramics mixed with Chinese, indian and roman influences. Part of an international exhibition from design leaders Lazerian. The dog is the mascot and logo of the creative design studio. Lazerian invited respected and talented artist and designers to showcase their own signature designs on the paper sculptures. This design is from Tom Hovey

Gerald’s Psychic Poncho by Tom J Newell

“The psychic poncho gives Gerald the ability to foresee disastrous events before they occur. He watches horrific scenes unfold across the surface of the patchwork garment that binds him, and roams the land rescuing the often oblivious and potentially doomed victims of fate. I drew on Gerald with a black Posca pen.”

A black and white designed paper dog sculpture in a 3D form. The life size dog sculpture has praying hands and a skull with hair as well as the text 'Lazerian x Tom J Newel 2013' Lazerian is the curator of the project and touring exhibition which allowed artist and designers to customise the paper dog model in their own signature designs. The paper dog is the mascot and logo of design studio lazerian and this design is from illustrator Tom J Newell.
Close up of a design that is part of a 3D model sculpture from paper of a lifesize dog. The dog is a mascot of design studio Lazerian and they set up an international exhibition where artist and designers were asked to make their mark on the dog known as Gerald. This close up design is from illustrator and well known artist Tom J Newell. The close up shows text saying 'Lazerian X Tom J Newell 2013' This is within a diamond shape and is all coloured black and white.
Close up of a black and white patterned paper dog sculpture in 3D form. It shows praying hands with a black cross on them surrounded by a diamond shape and patterns beyond that. As part of an exhibition by design studio Lazerian who curated the project in honour of their mascot who is a dog. Artists and designers were asked to customise the paper model in their own unique designs. this design is by illustrator and respected designer Tom J Newell.
Close up of a part of an black and white designed paper dog sculpture in a 3D form. The life size dog sculpture has praying hands and a skull with hair as well as the text 'Lazerian x Tom J Newel 2013' Lazerian is the curator of the project and touring exhibition which allowed artist and designers to customise the paper dog model in their own designs. The paper dog is the logo of design studio lazerian and this design is from artist and illustrator Tom J Newell.
Side view of a paper dog sculpture in 3D form. The lifesize dog is a mascot of design studio Lazerian who started a project where they asked artist and designers to customise the coat of the paper dog model. This version is a black and white design from respected and well known artist and illustrator Ton J Newell. It contains several diamond patterns with skulls and praying hands as symbols across the body.
Back view of a 3D lifesize paper sculpture of a dog. With a coat design by respected illustrator and artist Ton J Newell. The design is in black and white and shows various patterns and symbols such as a skull and praying hands. Part of an international design exhibition from design leaders Lazerian.

Scat Topography by Uberkraaft

“Multi-layered, spontaneous stream of consciousness drawing with Oriental flavours. Playing with traditional decorative motifs and patterning, mixed with grotesque and psychedelic imagery. And dog pops.”

A paper dog sculpture in 3D form. A red and black oriental influenced design with lots of swirls and twist patterns. PArt of an exhibition from design leaders Lazerian who asked artist and designers to take part in a project where they customise the paper dogs using their own designs. This design is from designers and illustrator Uberkraaft
Side view of a paper dog sculpture in 3D form. A red and black oriental influenced design with lots of swirls and twist patterns. Part of an exhibition from design leaders Lazerian who asked artist and designers to take part in a project where they customise the paper dogs using their own signature designs. This design is from respected designer and illustrator Uberkraaft
Close up view of a paper dog sculpture in 3D form. A red and black oriental influenced design with lots of swirls and twist patterns. Part of an exhibition from design leaders Lazerian who asked artist and designers to take part in a project where artists, illustrators and designers each designed their own paper dog. The designers of this dog sculpture is Uberkraaft.
Back view of a paper dog sculpture in 3D form. A red and black oriental influenced design with lots of swirls and twist patterns. Part of an exhibition from design leaders Lazerian who asked artists, illustrators and designers to take part in a project where they designed the paper dogs using their own designs. This design is from designer Uberkraaft
Close up look at the head and ear of a paper dog sculpture in 3D form. A red and black oriental influenced design with lots of swirls and twist patterns. Part of an exhibition from design leaders Lazerian who asked artists, illustrators, creatives and designers to take part in a project where they customise the paper dogs using their own signature designs. This design is from respected designer and illustrator Uberkraaft