Paper Stair Prototype1

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    A display company in NYC contacted me to create a model of a paper sculpture for the window of a major international retailer. One of the elements to be designed and created was a spiral staircase that would look like made out of paper from a book. This was my first model.

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    1. tengds 55 months ago | reply

      Impressive!

    2. gardenque 55 months ago | reply

      A staircase to no place - marvellous!

    3. Joyce Latham 55 months ago | reply

      Im excited for you...can't wait to see the finished product! ohh...it's so exciting!

    4. Hinkle Hinkle (in and out) = > 55 months ago | reply

      Wondeful! Your work is so beautiful and delightful!

    5. paperform 55 months ago | reply

      so lovely - ive been wanting to do one of these myself for some time Carlos.
      your is fantastic!

    6. Carlos N. Molina - Paper Art 55 months ago | reply

      Thanks , , , , , !!!!!!!

      I appreciate all your support!

      Abrazos to all,
      Carlos N.

    7. Rag & Bone Blog 55 months ago | reply

      Nice! I like how the treads appear to be book spreads with page curls.

    8. Carlos N. Molina - Paper Art 55 months ago | reply

      Thanks !! It was the intention to make it look like it was part of a book. Actually the base was supposed to be an open book.

      Take care,
      Carlos N.

    9. Joyce Latham 55 months ago | reply

      oouiiieeee......... its gonna be so cool.....I can't wait to see the finished project. Good luck!

    10. Lisa Kettell 54 months ago | reply

      This is gorgeous!

    11. Carlos N. Molina - Paper Art 54 months ago | reply

      Thanks Joyce and Lisa!!!!

      Happy Halloween!

      Carlos N.

    12. Jmanu 54 months ago | reply

      Looks awesome!
      y este es solo el primer boceto? wow!

    13. Carlos N. Molina - Paper Art 54 months ago | reply

      Gracias Jmanu, si este fue el primer boceto.

      Buen diá,

      Carlos N.

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