Dieter Michael Krone used a 3D-printer to build an automatic weapon that continuously folds pieces of paper into paper gliders. Watch the video below, and stay for the end of the clip so you can see the inner workings of the airplane machine gun. This is extremely satisfying to watch.
These paper cut works by artist Maude White make my wrists hurt just looking at them. I think you gotta be a little obsessive to work like this but how amazing are these results? Another gem I found submitted to Booooooom via our August Submissions. See more below.
Issue #2 of Sophie Tajan and Angela Blumen’s paper “Sucre” is out now. This issue features Bonnie Mably, Salva Lopez, Edward Curtis, Nadine Goepfert and others. Check out more images of the little publication below!
Here’s a cool time-lapse of Thomas Voillaume building a two metre tall paper sculpture in his home. He uses a 3D program to design it, prints off the pieces, coats them with resin, and builds it up piece by piece. I believe he fills the inside with expanding foam.