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Build your own giant lion in 3D

$22.00

A “roaring” lion will magically relive in your hands! Always considered the symbol par excellence of strength and royalty, this magnificent feline will take shape before your eyes by assembling (without the use of glue) the detachable shaped tiles from the 18 cardboard sheets contained in the box set. By following the instructions in the book, it will be easy to recreate an extraordinary 3D reproduction of the incomparable king of animals, 80 centimeters long.

A fantastic opportunity to play for children and a pleasant pastime for adults who will follow them in this fun and instructive creative activity.


Reasons of interest:

  • A book with lots of curious information and wonderful colorful images, the work of an artist specialized in naturalistic illustrations.
  • 10 cardboard sheets with detachable shaped tiles that are easy to assemble even without the use of glue to create a 3D model of the fearsome king of the savannah.
  • The admirable creation of a great master of paper engineering which, once completed, will incredibly resemble the real animal.
  • A fun gaming opportunity for adults and children.

Box with handle 28.5 × 28.5 cm Containing:

  • A 56 page book
  • Size: 20 × 25 cm
  • 4 color printing
  • Paperback
  • 18 sheets of mounting cardboard
  • Printed 4 + 4 colours

David Hawcock studied art in York (UK), graduating in graphic design, before setting up a design studio in Bath specializing in children's books. He has designed and created many successful pop-ups, which have sold hundreds of thousands of copies, including The Amazing Fold-Out Pop-Up Body in a Book and Journal of Inventions: Leonardo Da Vinci. For NuiNui, in addition to the volumes of the "Nature in pop up" series, he also created Ferrari. A brand, a legend, Leonardo Da Vinci. Inventions, Leonardo Da Vinci. Robots, Harley Davidson. An American legend, Gaudí. Art and genius. He also produced 8 highly successful volumes for the “Detach… and create” series, as well as Fantastic Paper Planes and Fantastic Paper Ferraris, in this same series.