Marc Hagan-Guirey's best known for his Horrorgami paper sculptures that reproduce buildings from horror movies from painstakingly cut, single sheets of paper.
Now he's kickstarting funds for a new exhibition called "Cut Scenes" that reproduces scenes from Star Wars. At £85 you get a photo-book of all the works; £1600 gets you one of the shadow-boxes themselves.
Marc is not affiliated with Lucas Film or Disney or doesn't hold a license to sell official merchandise, therefore he will not be selling editions of the art.
This means the funds must come from elsewhere. His goal isn't to make a profit – it's simply to produce the exhibition so that Star Wars fans can enjoy seeing the unique kirigami models in their physical form. Every penny will go towards making a better gallery experience.
To date, Marc has financed his project alone, having already designed and made half of the models and had 2 of the display cases manufactured, but now must ask for help in raising £16,500. With your support he can produce a truly magical exhibition and share his meticulously crafted Cut Scene collection with the Star Wars community.
Cut Scene: Kirigami Inspired by Scenes from Star Wars [Marc Hagan-Guirey/Kickstarter]