Thursday, January 23, 2014
The Life-Cycle of a Single Water Drop, in a Pop-Up Book Animated in Stop-Motion
From Maria Popova
Nature’s rhythms in masterful paper engineering.
Given my soft spot for pop-up books, I was instantly taken with this collaboration between paper engineer extraordinaire Helen Friel (who brought us those amazing 3D paper sculptures of Euclid’s elements), photographerChris Turner, and animator Jess Deacon, visualizing the life-cycle of a single drop of water as a pop-up book animated in stop-motion, nearly a year in the making:
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