08.11.10 by Jeff

Daisy Lew

Brilliant pop-up books by designer Daisy Lew.

nyc pop up books by daisy lew designer

nyc pop up books by daisy lew designer

nyc pop up books by daisy lew designer

nyc pop up books by daisy lew designer

nyc pop up books by daisy lew designer

nyc pop up books by daisy lew designer

nyc pop up books by daisy lew designer













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • T

    Love it!

  • Mariah

    i want one.

  • lapetitefaon

    wow! Ingenious!

  • Judith

    very inspiring, love it!

  • Cat

    Fantastic fun. The close-up of the paper cityscape looks great!

  • wooo! These look incredible! Pop Ups are great!
    xx

  • Edwin

    Love it! Love it!!!

  • segg

    great , would love to see video of them opening :)

  • OMG! beautiful… their main site is filled with awesome things but this project is the best!

  • dyllan

    so cute!

  • Joel

    Hey

  • INSANE. LOVE IT.

  • YOU GOT TO BE KIDDING ME!! This is SO AMAZING!!

    Is this just paper?? I can’t believe it!





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