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Exhibition: POP-UPS. THE MAGIC OF BOOKS

Posted by Ray Marshall on November 9, 2017 in Paper Blossoms, Paper Engineering, Pop-Up Book Events, Pop-Up Books, Pop-Ups |

8 December 2017 – 18 February 2018 Very excited that Paper Blossoms is being featured at the “Pop-Ups. The Magic of Books” exhibition at the Hermann Geiger Cultural Foundation in Cecina, Italy! The exhibit brings together more than one hundred paper engineering works from Massimo Missiroli’s collection, in which complex harmonies of mechanisms and folds […]

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Report From Yinchuan, China

Posted by Ray Marshall on October 14, 2014 in Making Pop-ups, Paper Blossoms, Pop-Up Book Events, Pop-Up Books |

From October 6th until October 11th I was the guest of some great hospitality in Yinchuan, China.  Yinchuan is in the north of China, up near Inner Mongolia. Myself, David Carter, and Colette Fu, were there for the second appearance of the traveling pop-up exhibit that began in Shanghai. Over a two week period we […]

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Ray Heads Back To China

Posted by Ray Marshall on October 4, 2014 in Making Pop-ups, Pop-Up Book Events, Pop-Ups |

I will be heading back to China soon for another opportunity to demonstrate my work, read stories, and make pop-ups with the kids!   This time I’ll be going to a city in the north west called Yinchuan.  We always get such a warm welcome and great hospitality that it’s worth all that travel time! It’s […]

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Report From Shanghai

Posted by Ray Marshall on July 23, 2014 in Making Pop-ups, Pop-Up Book Events |

  For five great days I got to experience a small part of China in Shanghai. Myself, David Carter, and Colette Fu, were asked to present and talk about our work.  This was part of an exhibition of pop-up books in the Réel Department Store on West Nanjing Road, an interactive exhibit were people could […]

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Paper Blossoms At Lunch Again.

Posted by Ray Marshall on May 10, 2013 in Paper Blossoms, Pop-Up Book Events |

                        A trend is evolving!  A wonderful lady called Sarah contacted me to tell me that she has been using Paper Blossoms as a centerpiece for her various table settings since 2011!  She has a blog called Hyacinths For The Soul which has great […]

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Did That Really Happen?!

Posted by Ray Marshall on January 21, 2013 in Making Pop-ups, Paper Blossoms, Paper Engineering, Pop-Up Book Events, Pop-Up Books, Pop-Ups |

                        Back home now going through all the photos of my trip, still trying to believe that it really happened! I’m so grateful to everyone at the United Daily News Corporation for inviting us to Taiwan and for being such great hosts! Many thanks […]

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Taiwan to Hong Kong to China

Posted by Ray Marshall on January 18, 2013 in Paper Blossoms, Paper Engineering, Pop-Up Book Events, Pop-Up Books |

Wow, I’ve covered a lot of miles in the past 48 hours, with either no time, or connection, to post an update. Marion and I were driven from Kaohsiung to Taichung for two hours at what seemed like an alarming rate, zig-zagging in and out of the freeway traffic.  I found out when we got […]

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Day 4 – Playing Tourist

Posted by Ray Marshall on January 15, 2013 in Pop-Up Book Events |

Today Marion and I played tourist visiting the local art museum to take in an amazing ceramics exhibition featuring artists from all over the world. After some well earned lunch we were fortunate enough to go behind the scenes of a local touring puppet troupe. All the heads and hands are hand carved and all […]

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Day 3 – Kaohsiung City Hall.

Posted by Ray Marshall on January 14, 2013 in Pop-Up Book Events, Pop-Up Books |

Our trip became even more special today when Marion and I were honored to be invited to meet with the Deputy Mayor of Kaohsiung, Mr. Yung-Te Lee.  Marion and I presented Mr. Lee with copies of our books and introduced him to a whole new genre!  We hope to have more for you next time! […]

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The Trip Continues!

Posted by Ray Marshall on January 14, 2013 in Events, Interviews, Pop-Up Book Events |

I wish I could adequately convey how enthusiastic the people here in Taiwan are about pop-ups!  Two of the largest private collections of pop-up books are here, one of which forms the basis of BOTH (!) exhibitions being held in the two cities, Taichung and Kaohsiung. Yesterday Marion and I presented our second talk, this […]

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