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The Eiffel Production Documents How These Designs Were Made

By: Stephanie Ing - Published: • References: vimeo and artifacturestudios
To cut out an exact replica of the Eiffel Tower using only paper takes a lot of patience and skill to accomplish, and the Eiffel Production reveals a solution for these troubles.

Fortunately for the creators at Artifacture, they did not have to spend long hours fixated on a never-ending project and spared their hands from this tedious, yet ambitious task. With the help of a laser cutter, the 12' Eiffel Tower seems to appear magically on the sheets of paper without omitting any details from the original design.

As seen in the Eiffel Production video, Artifacture manufactures a blue, red, brown and gray version of this paper Eiffel Tower and names and logos can be added upon request. Tape or glue is not needed to assemble as it comes with its own interlocking tabs. Place it on your desk or in a room to add a little of Paris in your home!