Henry Hoakes has gone missing and Hoakes Island Amusement Park is in grave danger. This notebook, a hastily assembled collection of diary entries, notes, puzzles and clues, is the only key to find out what’s happened to Henry and stop the dastardly developers who want to knock down the park.
Solve the puzzles and discover keys and clues as you travel around the island on a quest to rescue Rita the anteater, Granville the gorilla and the rest of the talking animals who live there. It's a race against time that only a puzzle master can win!
This ingenious and immersive puzzle adventure comes with a fold-out map of Hoakes Island and a special red lens to discover secret messages and clues. Can you solve the mystery and save Hoakes Island? We’re counting on you!
Midnight Creatures: A pop up shadow search
Turn off the lights, get your flashlight, and come on a wonderful shadow adventure with Midnight Monsters! This follow-up book to the immensely popular Midnight Creatures takes you on a journey through five more beautifully crafted pop-up scenes full of hidden monsters to find, from the werewolf in the woods to the krampus in the castle. Use your flashlight to help you spot the monsters when they appear as shadows on your wall. Out now!
Simply pop-out, fold and stick together each of the ten super simple, super stylish 3D models, then populate your desk with them or admire on your mantelpiece. From piranhas to piñatas, this cool and quirky collection of projects makes a gorgeous gift for an arty friend.
You can also create amazing paper sets to make your models feel at home.
Paper engineering and illustration for book - Paper Neighbourhoods: 16 Charming No-Stick Paper Neighborhoods to Build
An assembly of 16 intriguing neighborhoods from around the globe. Easily popped out of the pre-perforated pages they can be easily assembled without any scissors, craft knife, glue, or tape.
Created as a test for Rotovision.
Known the world over for its theatrical Art Deco setting and innovative drinks, The Beaufort Bar has launched a spectacular new cocktail menu that pushes the boundaries of cocktail making, imagination and design.
Commissioned by Head Barman Chris Moore the menu is a collaboration between paper engineer Helen Friel and illustrator Joe Wilson.
A short story by Edgar Allan Poe, The Imp of the Perverse discusses the voice inside all of us that makes us to do things we know we shouldn’t do. Each page is perforated in a grid system with sections of the text missing. Readers must follow the simple instructions to tear and fold specific sections to reveal the missing text. Books are usually precious objects and the destruction is engineered to give the reader conflicting feelings, do they keep the book in it’s perfect untorn form? Or give in and enjoy tearing it apart?