One last item about my latest pop-up project (TEDsters—there are a few copies available in the bookstore). “The Christmas Pop-up Present” was released last season. It is a paper-engineered box that folds over and in on itself a bunch of times and then splits open to reveal a hidden holiday scene. Click SLIDESHOW to see the box in action, and then compare what you see with this spot-on translation from Amazon.com in Japan:
“The extent which is surprised in any case it is splendid. As for the eye which you saw however it seems like the simply box, to tell the truth, it has become this Advent calendar!
Furthermore, the mechanism is funny. The cubic eight unites and has been brought together, that unites rushingly and being brought together, various ones being written depending upon the respective place, reaches, comes out. The saddle which can express with word and is not it was and was surprised.
Some time ago as written, this calling the Advent calendar, has become something which keeps counting one day by the day to Christmas. And this work kept making develop it having reached the point where it keeps counting from December 1st, in order to look at at a time that one day, Christmas became, it has reached the point where and others the Christmas scene spreads. After is because, becoming Christmas, rather than lifting, when from Christmas it increases before, you think it is good.”