multimedia

videos

Theo Gielen on the
History of the Speaking Book
[in Dutch, 2009]

Pop-ups can save the World
with a $1 microscope!

Euclid's Elements of
Geometry,
1570 in motion

The Pangaea Pop-up [TED] book

TED talk about making
the Pangaea
Pop-up

Seduce Me! Animal Sex
with Isabella Rossellini

Pop-up storytelling
from Jerusalem: The Chelm Legend

Pop-up Advice for Bad Weather!

Pop-ups tell the history
of Kellog's cereal.

Pop-up book made of Legos!

Panera Bread pop-up ad

Pop-up Now! Best in Show

Learn to Make Pop-ups

A Bookano Book

Apianus' Astronomicum Caesareum

Anatomical Flap Books

make it move yourself!

Meggendorfer's Animaux Savants

Meggendorfer's
Allerlei Tiere
(Curious Creatures)

Ernest Nister's
What A Surprise!

Wehr's
Animated Circus-Clowns

Wehr's
Animated Circus-Acrobats

Humphry Repton (1752-1818)

landscape designs
using flaps

Giraud's Bookano Book

S. Louis Giraud produced a series of pop-up books beginning in the early part of the 20th century and ending in 1949. He, along with Theodore Brown, created the 1st page-activated pop-up. One of Giraud's innovations was to "hide" a fairy on acetate that could be seen when held up to the light.

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