|Other titles||Mad (New York, N.Y. : 1958)|
|Statement||written and illustrated by Al Jaffee ; foreword by Charles M. Schulz.|
|LC Classifications||NC1429.J34 A4 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||97225832|
Many a young subversive (David Letterman and Howard Stern, to name two) grew up carefully folding in the back page of Mad magazine to see . Mad Fold This Book - Cover Artist: Al Jaffee. Inside front and inside back covers: Thumbnails of every fold-in from issues #86 to # Praise from famous fans Dedication Foreward by Charles M. Schulz; Introduction by Nick Meglin "How It's Done" by Al Jaffee (Irving Schild photos). View information about Mad Fold This Book!: A Ridiculous Collection of Fold-Ins • USA • 1st Edition - New York on The largest MAD Magazine database, providing tons of useless information for MAD enthusiats. Each and every Mad fold-in ever published from April to October , presented in full size, lush colors, high quality chromo paper and divided to 4 cloth bound volumes. hopefully will last for many years of repeated viewing. Every fold-in is presented over two pages - Unfolded version on the left page and folded version on the right/5(35).
A retrospective collection of his Fold-Ins, "Fold This Book!", was published in A four-volume hardcover set, The Mad Fold-In Collection: , was released in September Execution. Typically, a Fold-In uses visual trickery to match the ostensible topic. Featuring insightful essays by such luminaries as Pixar's Pete Docter and humorist Jules Feiffer, The MAD Fold-In Collectionis the definitive gift for the millions of fans who've grown Reviews: Click for a list of MAD Books - hardcover and otherwise: The Mad Fold-In Collection Al Jaffee - Click for larger view Click infosheet for larger view Click bookplate for larger view Click each of the Fold-In questions to toggle the solution! Mad: Fold This Book! A Ridiculous Collection of Fold-Ins by Al Jaffee and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
Prep: Make the hinged sides for your book by folding each of your 3”x 4” index cards accordion style. Fold in half the hot dog way (mountain fold), then fold each loose edge up (valley fold) to line up with the fold in the middle. I used lined notecards to illustrate direction of the folds on the hinges better. MAD Fold this Book SC () #ST Published Oct by Warner Books. While it brings back memories of reading MAD Magazine, it's disappointing that this included very few folds. Each fold was 2 pages, 1 was the final outcome. I was expecting 1 on each page and far more, thank god I spent very little for the book. Well a lesson learned for next s: 7. Mad Magazine Fold-Ins While most of my teenage friends were reading Tiger Beat and 16 Magazine (okay, me too!), I had a secret crush on Mad Magazine. Folding the cover was the best part, so I waited until I'd read it all before creasing my magazine.