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Jeux D'enfance Pop-Up Book

Jeux D'enfance Pop-Up Book

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Gérard Lo Monaco's Jeux d'enfrance ("French Games") Pop-Up Book is a tribute to Ladislav Sutnar's iconic toys and puppets. He ingeniously brought these pieces to life again through the medium of folding and cutting, while utilizing a stencil technique to capture the striking hues and lines.

Product Details

  • Product Type: Pop-up Book, Hardcover
  • Shipping Dimensions: 7.375 × 6.125 × 1.25 inches
    (18.7 × 15.6 × 3.2 cm)
  • Shipping Weight: 0.73 lb (11.7 oz; 331 g)
  • SKU010010220 | ISBN: 9783033096851

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About Gérard Lo Monaco

Gérard Lo Monaco, born in Argentina in 1948, is a highly accomplished illustrator and paper engineer living in Paris. He has been an art director at some of the most prestigious illustrated publishing houses. His work includes poster designs, album covers and favorite pop-up books for children such as Le Petit Prince, A Train Journey and Moby-Dick. This is the first pop-up series designed by him.

"I wanted to engineer a series of pop-up cards which are like abstract compositions filled with optical illusion and trompe-l'oeil effects. The cards are made of one single piece of paper cut & folded in a manner that there is no waste and a perfect harmony of positive and negative."

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