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Tauba Auerbach’s massive pop-up book paper sculptures

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Filmed for Nowness, this is Tauba Auerbach‘s massive book project with New York’s Printed Matter bookstore: A series of six die-cut paper structures that pop-up into three dimensional sculptures. The tome is titled 2, 3.


Watch more inspiration: Easy paper card pop-up tutorials for kids, The Pangaea Pop-up, Artist Li Hongbo’s incredible paper sculptures, and Chris K. Palmer’s origami tessellations.

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