“I like to design complex paper sculptures by combining mechanisms,” says Paul DeGraaf.
They're absolutely amazing! A playable electronic keyboard!
Courtesy Paul DeGraaf
Here's a couple of wonderful IMGUR galleries where Paul showcases his absolutely beautiful mechanized papercraft sculptures: Part One, and Two.
I like to work with paper and create mechanisms that are complex. It’s lots of fun and there’s a lot of problem solving involved. Some may think it boring or a waste of time but for me it’s like playing with paper LEGO.
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