February 19, 2013
At Dwell we take our paper very seriously and have a certain affinity for interaction with the tangible world so when we discovered Grace Hawthorne's Paperpunk, well, it was just a match made in heaven.

 

Grace is an entrepreneur, artist, author and educator. She believes anything is possible and that through the act of making, people not only change the way they think, they change the way they behave. This belief is what drove her to create Paperpunk.

 
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Paperpunk is a paper-based building toy for all ages and the possibilities for imaginative and creative play are endless. We love the challenge of taking these flat colorful cutouts and transforming them into fabulous paper toys and art. The bold geographic patterns are both creatively stimulating for learning and playing as well as aesthetically pleasing for display in your home.

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As we go deeper and deeper into the technological age and grow more and more disconnected from using our minds and hands to create it's so important that people like Grace and ideas like Paperpunk keep coming. Go forth, be creative, and make things with your hands!

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Grace is an entrepreneur, artist, author and educator. She believes anything is possible and that through the act of making, people not only change the way they think, they change the way they behave. This belief is what drove her to create Paperpunk.

 

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