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Paper artist Britni Brault was raised in Anaheim, CA and has developed a love and appreciation for both The Walt Disney Company and Disneyland. That makes her a natural choices to be commissioned to a dazzling paper sculpture – it … Continue reading
Papercraft artist Matt Hawkins created this wonderful sculpture as tribute to Pixar’s terrific movie ‘Up’. It’s one of the many amazing pieces of artwork that will be available at the grand opening events on Saturday June 9th for the new … Continue reading
Actually it’s from Disney’s Family.com, but never mind. Go download this great papercraft project where you can print and then fold together your own model of Carl’s house, complete with balloons, from Pixar’s animated feature ‘UP’. I’ll be doing it … Continue reading
Paperinside has a collection of free Alice in Wonderland papercraft creatures you can make yourself. There are seven different creations in all. (Link)