Russian Paper Artist Creates Unique Pop-Up Cards

Marina Talamaska is a Moscow-based paper artist, illustrator and graphic designer who tends to create her artwork in 2.5D format.

 “To tell the truth, I’ve never liked flat boring greeting cards, neither making them or presenting them as a gift for the occasions,” Talamaska told Bored Panda. “But pop-up cards have always been kind of miracle to me, the paper technics I’ve always wanted to try myself. So I designed the boxes – a square gift with a pop-up element inside, that shows up as soon as you untie a ribbon and open a box.”

Scroll down to check out her mesmerizing artwork below.