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We usually don’t judge books by their outsides but dammit can Japanese artist Yuto Yamaguchi make them look good. Yuto, aka OruFun, uses a technique similar to Luciana Frigerio‘s and without any scissors folds the pages of books into intricate popular culture designs. Not only does Yamaguchi sell some of his ‘sculptures’, he offers their patterns on Etsy as well. So, following the artist’s step-by-step tutorials any reader can turn his novel into a folded 3D masterpiece of his own.

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Artist Folds Books Into Sculptures

We usually don’t judge books by their outsides but dammit can Japanese artist Yuto Yamaguchi make them look good. Yuto, aka OruFun, uses a technique similar to Luciana Frigerio‘s and without any scissors folds the pages of books into intricate popular culture designs. Not only does Yamaguchi sell some of his ‘sculptures’, he offers their patterns on Etsy as well. So, following the artist’s step-by-step tutorials any reader can turn his novel into a folded 3D masterpiece of his own.