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The techniques of creating pop-up forms are demonstrated in a series of practical lessons. The book also suggests ways in which pop-up forms can be used to enrich the study of English and art, and contains illustrations of childrens work.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||7 MB|
About the Author
Paul Johnson has an international reputation for his pioneering work in developing literacy through the book arts and is author of over 15 titles including Pop-up Paper Engineering (Falmer, 1992). A successful book artist with work in the collections of the Cooper-Hewitt Museum in New York, the National Gallery and the Library of Congress in Washington, DC as well as many US universities, his work has been selected for a number of awards and exhibitions including Stand and Deliver, a US touring exhibition of pop-up editioned books.
Table of Contents
1. Making 90-degree pop-ups 2. Vertical boxes 3. Horizontal boxes 4. Angled pop-ups 5. Angled pop-ups with additions 6. Geometric pop-ups 7. Asymmetrical pop-ups – vertical 8. Asymmetrical pop-ups - horizontal 9. Story books 10. Hanging pop-up books 11. Making 180-degree pop-ups 12. Magic rainbows 13. More magic rainbows 14. Combining Pop-ups 15. Zigzag pop-ups 16. Projected pop-ups 17. All creatures great and small 18. Houses 19. Cubes and pyramids 20. Constructing with boxes 21. Cars, boats and planes 22. Pop-up pictures 23. Diagonal pop-ups 24. Diagonal pop-ups with movables 25. Bracketed diagonal pop-ups 26. Single sheet 180-degree pop-ups 27. Pop-ups without folds 28. Paper mechanics 29. Star books 30. Tunnel books 31. Carousel book 32. Visual stories 33. Making books