Dual Exhibition „Entfaltung“ (unfolding) at Baukunstarchiv NRW, paper sculptures by Peter Dahmen and steel sculptures by Sebastian Wien , Thursday, 28 February 2019 to Wednesday, 27 March 2019
Many of my customers wish for a pop-up card that shows a specific building. There are many different ways to implement such a project. In my video, I explain seven different approaches to creating impressive pop-up cards and show many real-world examples.
A visit to the Movable Book Society Conference 2018 – In September 2017, I received the message from the Movable Book Society that my pop-up design for the letter “C” was included in the ”A-Z – Marvels in Paper Engineering“ collection.This publication was to be presented to the public one year later at the Society’s 25th anniversary celebration. Now all the designers involved in this book were asked whether they would like to take part in the conference in Kansas City to personally sign the double pages. Since I had never attended such a conference before, I first called my colleague, pop-up designer and illustrator Maike Biederstädt, and asked her about this topic. She told me enthusiastically about the last MBS meeting in Boston in 2016 and said that I should definitely try to attend the next conference in Kansas City in September 2018. So my decision was made: I wanted to be there.
Create many different flower pop-up cards from just one template!
“Pop-up! Paperart in Motion”
recommended websites – book recommendations – free tutorials and templates
The extensive collection of helpful tips, which I had built up with your help over the last few years, is no longer fully available on Facebook.
A new lettering for the fireworks card. It’s always nice to receive emails from fans – but this time I was really happy. A few days ago Kristijan Vulinovic sent me an additional lettering for the pop-up card “Fireworks”.
Tomorrow is December 1st. Now it won’t be long before Christmas. It is high time to think about Christmas cards. Would you like to make your own cards? Here you can find links to my free tutorials:
In January 2011, I published my first tutorial on Youtube. The video has now been watched more than 4.6 million times.