As many of us head into our fourth month of isolation, our at-home activities are getting . . . unusual. So today, if you’ve already voted (if you’re in Kentucky or New York) and called your representatives about defunding the police and you’re looking for something creative to do with your kids (or just with yourself), why not recreate the singular childhood joy of the pop-up book? Just follow along with this wordless video from MK Art Studio, which gives you all the tools you need (except, you know, paper and tape) to make your own fun (and/or functional) piece of book art.
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December 6, 2023
- Parul Sehgal considers what we learn from the lives of critics.
- Laura B. McGrath on Lauren Groff and the radical act of paying attention.
- Jane Austen’s annotated copy of Isaac D’Israeli’s Curiosities of Literature is up for auction.