“Imagine you open a book and a tiger jumps towards you. If three-dimensional objects are formed in front of the viewer’s eyes that previously fitted flat between two book covers one speaks of a pop-up,” says Peter Dahmen on Pop-up paper art.
Peter Dahmen is a freelance designer and paper artist whose work is focused on pop-up cards, paper engineering, and paper design. Dahmen’s amazing pop-ups emerge in all sorts of exquisite 3D figures, and that includes architecture. In these video clips, from Peter Dahmen’s official website, the artist reveals a set of slick pop-up paper sculptures modeling real architecture or taking abstract forms which can, actually, be made into real architecture. So, check them out now and unleash “the magic moment” as Dahmen calls it.
Rothschild 22Abstract Paper Sculptures