Peek through the pages of either of these two wonderful “360° Books” from any angle and you get treated to an intricate view of a fantasy world like you’ve never seen. All you have to do is keep opening the pages until you’ve created a circle and the scene inside has taken shape.
These books are the creation of Japanese architect Yusuke Ono who used his knowledge of Computational Materials Design to construct them. They were recently found on display at FabCafe, a cafe-turned-gallery in Tokyo where guests can make their own crafts using the in-store laser cutter.
Yusuke has created two books so far, Snow White and “Christmas Wonderland”. Enjoy your foray into each of these worlds with the pictures below:
The evil witch extends her bony hand holding an apple, telling the story of Snow White.
Look closely for what you can find in the snow at Christmas.