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.
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.
In November 2011, I received an order from the New Yorker illusionist Marco Tempest. I should develop some pop-up sculptures for a stage show.
I have created these 11 pop-up sculptures in the years between 1989 and 2011. Perhaps you know them already from some of my other YouTube videos. Today I used these sculptures to test some visual effects in iMovie.
For Valentine’s Day I made a new tutorial video. I will show you a card that can be opened endlessly – because true love never ends!
Pop-Up Cards for the company Räder Pop-Up Cards Project: Creation of pop-up cards for a series of 6 different motifs Card size: approx. 12 x 17 cm Client: Räder Poetry Pop-Up Cards Project: Creation of pop-up cards for a series of 6 different motifs Card size: approx. 14 x 21 cm (DIN A5) Client: Räder
On 13th September 2011 one of the biggest pop-up cards which have ever been created, has been presented at the International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt/Main, Germany. It served as a background for the presentation of the newest cars by the brand MINI.
In a video you can see a picture with 12 kittens. After swapping the items there are only 11! How is that possible? Find out for yourself:
In my video you will see the illusion of a floating cube. If you want to know how I did it, just watch the video until the end. From the 28th second, you can see how it works.