PAPER PUNK URBANFOLD Build Your Own Paper City Setby Unknown
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PAPER PUNK URBANFOLD: Build Your Own Paper City Set is an all-inclusive kit that has everything needed to create a modern metropolis. Over 725 pieces are included to make a bustling urban sprawl. Graffiti the walls, set up a coffee shop, and create international landmarks using the architectural and graphic stickers provided. With a few simple folds, colorful 2-D flat shapes transform into bold 3-D geometric pieces to create spectacular paper toys and art forms. There are only four simple steps: Punch out, fold, build, and customize! Scissors and glue are not required. Paper Punk is a creativity tool that's an art form and a toy.
The creator and founder of Paper Punk, Grace Hawthorne is also co-founder of ReadyMade magazine and co-author of the award-winning book ReadyMade: How to Make Almost Everything. Her artwork has been exhibited in several national museums including the Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum’s Triennial. She's a consulting associate professor at Stanford’s Institute of Design, and she lives in Mill Valley, CA.