Paper Engineering Specialists
Paper engineering is a highly-skilled art form that takes years to master, and we’re passionate about it. Tell us about your pop-up project, and we’ll make it happen. Paper craft, 3D sculptures, pop-up books, brochures and invitations… if it involves paper, we’re interested.
Over Twenty Years of Expertise, at Your Service
We’ve been making things from paper for decades. There are hundreds of books, brochures and paper oddities in our portfolio with countless pull-tabs, pivots, rivets and dials. Have a look at the various projects we have been involved in over the years, and if you would like to realise your pop-up project, request a quote.
Ben & Jerry’s Story
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Pop-Up Book
Warner Bros. World Pop-Up Invitation
Tottenham Hotspur Pop-Up Stadium
Chicago Architectural Pop-Up
Gigabit Home Promotional Pop-Up Card
Red Bull Air Race World Championship New York Pop-Up Book
Nespresso – Harvesting Excellence Pop-Up Book
Harrods Pop-Up Coat of Arms
Sky Pop-Up Brochure
Bar Mitzvah Invitation
Istanbul Culinary Institute Pop-Up Cookery Book
Ensure Your Project Is a Success
Make the most of our expertise, and we will turn your pop-up concept into a reality. As well as engineering the mechanisms of your paper creation, we will provide insightful support for all aspects of your project. This includes concept development, manufacture, design and distribution. Additionally, we understand the commercial world, and we are happy to work alongside marketing departments, advertising agencies or design consultancies.
Museum and Gift Shop Supply
If there’s one thing we’ve learnt over the years, it’s this: everyone loves a pop-up. Accordingly, paper products and souvenirs always sell superbly in gift shops. We’ve developed all sorts of unique paper goods that will fly off the shelves, and we’ve got even more ideas. If you’re looking to stock a gift shop or museum, ask us to tell you about some of our products. Alternatively, find out about our Christmas cards and postcards sold by our friends at The Metropolitan Museum of New York.