The Elements of Pop-up A Pop-up Book for Aspiring Paper Engineers by David A. Carter, James Diaz
  

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The Elements of Pop-up A Pop-up Book for Aspiring Paper Engineers by David A. Carter, James Diaz

Here at last is the definitive book on how to make a pop-up. Every aspect of the creation of a pop-up, known as paper engineering, is clearly and thoroughly covered. All types of parallel folds, angle folds, wheels and pull tabs are accurately detailed verbally and visually, flat and in dimension. Also included is a history of pop-ups and a step-by-step photographic essay on how a pop-up is made from start to finish. This guided tour is perfect for aspiring pop-up creators, paper engineers, students and appreciators of this unique art form.

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Format

Novelty book
18 pages

Author

David A. Carter, James Diaz
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Publisher

Simon & Schuster

Publication date

2nd July 2003

ISBN

9780689822247


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