Welcome to the wonderful world of pop-up books
You will be amazed how beautiful and inspiring pop-up books can be. Watch our video reviews, discover new pop-up books, read interviews with the best paper engineers and much, much more. Make sure to follow us on YouTube, FaceBook, Pinterest, Twitter, Google+ or Instagram and never miss a thing!
Latest Pop-Up Book News
Pop-up book Collector Joe
We would like you to meet pop-up book collector Joe Yow from the United States. Joe is retired from teaching and law enforcement. He’s collecting pop-up books for over two years now and already has a very impressive collection of pop-up and movable collectables.
Recent Pop-up book Reviews
Paper Blossoms for All Seasons is a beautiful pop-up book with four spreads that you can also display as a paper bouquet. The excellent paper engineering of Ray Marshall
NEW! Interview Junko Mizuno and Rosston Meyer
We already did a close-up review of TRIAD but there’s more! We also interviewed both Junko Mizuno and Rosston Meyer about this unique pop-up project. We’ve asked them about their collaboration, how they managed to transform Junko’s flat artwork into 3D pop-up scenes, the paper engineering of TRIAD.
Interview Maike Biederstaedt, creator of Creatures of the Deep
Maike Biederstaedt is a German freelance pop-up designer who lives and works in Berlin. She’s an illustrator and a very talented paper engineer. We’ve asked Maike about her work as a paper engineer and her latest creation: the Creatures of the Deep pop-up book.
Interview Keith Allen, creator of What a Mess!
Keith Allen is an illustrator, designer and paper engineer who lives in Cleveland, Ohio with his wife and children. He lives a busy life, working as a product designer at American Greetings, and works on his personal projects at night. We had the opportunity to ask Keith a few questions.
Pop-up book gallery
The gallery above is a sneak preview of our pop-up book gallery page. This gallery page will show you all the highlights of our pop-up book video reviews. Enjoy the great artwork and most amazing paper engineering from the books that we have reviewed.