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Engineering Meets Ephemera

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The two remarkable young men behind LovePop met in naval architecture and engineering school. Reunited in grad school in Vietnam, they somehow came up with the idea to start, of all things, a line of pop-up greeting cards, and their results are absolute genius. These are the most beautiful cards I’ve ever seen, and while their intricate, complex construction could only come from the minds of engineers, the design is pure art.

I hope my people like them, because they’re going to be getting them for every occasion!

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Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

14 thoughts on “Engineering Meets Ephemera

  1. These are display-worthy! Can you imagine the teeny tiny scissors they must use!! Gorgeous.

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  2. Wow! I make cards myself, and have eventhough madea some pop-up cards. They’ve never looked this good, though!

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  3. Pop Up books were my favorite as a kid and still are. These pop up works of art are amazing!

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  4. These are amazing. I love them all, but the last wedding invitation is super cool.

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  5. Those are all amazing! I love the intricacy of them. I would be so delighted to receive such a work of art in the mail and I would have to keep it forever. I had so many favorites among those you showcased but I think it’s a tie between the cherry blossom and tea pot.

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