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Pull the tab at the bottom and the picture in the window changes. This example is 100 x 210mm and is made in the UK by Whitney Woods. It is used for advertising, marketing and promotional purposes.
29 Aug 2008
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Pull the strip t the bottom and the picture in the window automatically changes. This product was made in the UK by Whitney Woods.
29 Aug 2008
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Pull a tab on this pocket sized product and the picture in the window changes. This is an example of a cardboard engineered product that is popular with paper engineers throughout the world. In the UK the product is often used in advertising and marketing. This particular example was made in the UK by Whitney Woods.
21 Apr 2011
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This is an unusual item - a picture dissolver with two sets of changing pictures. It is an example of a cardboard engineered product with a movement that is popular with paper engineers throughout the world. In the UK the product is often used in advertising and marketing. This particular example was made in the UK by Whitney Woods.
5 Jan 2009
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This product extends from approx 200mm to 500mm in a movement that is not unlike a zoom lens. It is an example of a cardboard engineered mechanism that is popular with paper engineers throughout the world. In the UK the product is often used in advertising and marketing. This particular example was made in the UK by Whitney Woods.
9 Feb 2009
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Pull the tab and the pages automatically flick over to show messages or motion. This is an example of a clever cardboard engineering technique that is popular with paper engineers throughout the world. In the UK the product is often used in advertising and marketing. This particular example was made in the UK by Whitney Woods.
29 Aug 2008
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This example of folding pocket media shows how a product the size of a credit card can expand to give lots of information. The simple locking device makes all the difference to the success of the product as it can be kept neatly in pocket, purse or handbag. The technique will be of interest to paper engineers whilst the product is of interest to advertisers and marketers. This example was made in the UK by Whitney Woods.
25 Apr 2011
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Remember this - the folded piece of paper that is operated by your thumbs and forefingers? Well, it is now being produced in the UK for promotional use. Ad agencies keep coming up with the idea that it would be a good promotional tool so Whitney Woods added the product to its range of promotional goods.
29 Aug 2008
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What will they think of next? Clever cardboard engineering techniques form the basis of this promotional product from the UK. The designer has added handles to transform a pop-up box into a designer handbag to be used for advertising and marketing. This example was made in the Uk by Whitney Woods for a direct marketing campaign.
31 Aug 2008
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This one is dead cute - it's a card which opens to reveal two dogs having a chat. Move the tab from side to side and the dogs' tails start to wag! A simple but effective paper engineering mechanism was used to achieve the effect. The card was produced in the UK by Whitney Woods and was used in a direct marketing campaign.
29 Aug 2008
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This cardboard engineered product is a pop-up card which has a row of four dogs in its centrefold. The gogs are connected by a strip which can be moved left to right. When you do this, the dogs wag their tails! There is another version of this product that features just two dogs but the operating principles are the same. The card was produced as a prototype for an ad campaign by Whitney Woods in the UK.
31 Aug 2008
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This jewel-shaped product was produced for a direct marketing campaign. Clever cardboard engineering technology has been used to give the product the ability to lie flat in a mailer but also to jump to life to its 3-D form when the pack is opened. It was made by Whitney Woods in the UK.
31 Aug 2008
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