The first Noël, like many pop-up and movable books, was created to celebrate the holiday season.
Tag: Paper engineering
Our first speaker is Ellen Rubin, also known as the “Pop-Up Lady.” She will give a talk on Wednesday, November 10, at 12:00 p.m. in the National Museum of American History’s Carmichael Auditorium. Her lecture is titled, “A History of Pop-up and Movable Books: 700 Years of Paper Engineering.”
Book artist Chuck Fischer and paper engineer Bruce Foster explain how the pop-up book Angels was created in a fascinating behind-the scenes peek.
The first week of August is National Clown week. The Libraries ran a post last year about harlequinades, which are featured in its current exhibition, Paper Engineering: Fold, Pull, Pop more »
The fascinating art of paper engineering is the focus of a new exhibit that is on display in the Libraries’ gallery at the National Museum of American History. Paper Engineering: more »