Christmas Tree

October 21, 2016

I created a new tutorial video for you. You can customize the colors and the decor for the Christmas tree according to your taste. The creation of the pop-up card needs some time, but I think that the outcome is worth the effort.

A Visit to Sweden

August 30, 2016

Each year, the paper mill Iggesund organizes the event “The Iggesund Design Experience” – and this year I had the pleasure to join in. Along with about 25 other guests from around the world, I spent four wonderful days (from 22nd to 25th of August 2016) in South Norrland in Sweden. Since all participants are professionally connected to paperboard, e.g. as packaging designers, paper engineers or artists, we all got along well from the very beginning. It’s great to be together with like-minded people and to talk about our favorite subject: paper.

Pop it Up

August 17, 2016

On 10th of March 2016, the first “Paper Playground”, called “Pop It Up”, took place at the Red Dot Design Museum in Essen. This series of events is organized by the distribution company Freytag & Petersen. I was invited to give a lecture about my paper works. In addition, some of my artistic pop-up sculptures…


January 2, 2015

A happy, healthy and successful New Year to all of you! At the beginning of the year, I created a new tutorial video for you:


September 27, 2013

The making of this pop-up card is very easy, so it can also be used as a template for children or as a gift at the last minute:


July 23, 2013

Originally I had planned to create a red peony, that looks as real as possible. But then I noticed that this pop-up card looks also good in other colors. For the production of this card You need a bit of time – but it is definitely worth the effort!


January 7, 2013

On February 10, 2013, according to the Chinese calendar, starts the “Year of the Snake”. I have taken this as an opportunity to publish a tutorial video for a matching pop-up card.

3D Paper Structure

September 12, 2012

In this video I show you how to develop three-dimensional structures from a single sheet of paper. Furthermore, I explain a few basic principles for the development of 90° pop-up cards.