This is one of a number of pop-up cards in the collection illustrating how laser cutting technology has allowed designers to create affordable intricate cards. Manufactured by MeandMcQ.

Purchased new by John Davenport in 2013 for £12.00 from a stall at Spitalfields Market, London. This is one of a number of pop-up cards in the collection illustrating how laser cutting technology has allowed designers to create affordable intricate cards. As more companies entered the laser cutting market the price of such cards came down.

As the card is opened the couple come together and kiss. This is one of a number of pop-up cards in the collection illustrating how laser cutting technology has allowed designers to create affordable intricate cards. Made by cardology.co.uk.

Opening out the card reveals a 3D image made up of the card’s multiple layers. This is one of a number of pop-up cards in the collection illustrating how laser cutting technology has allowed designers to create affordable intricate cards. Made by www.decoupe-laser-papier.com.

This is one of a number of pop-up cards in the collection illustrating how laser cutting technology has allowed designers to create affordable intricate cards. Made by cardology.co.uk.

This is one of a number of pop-up cards in the collection illustrating how laser cutting technology has allowed designers to create affordable intricate cards. Such cards are increasingly available featuring tourist attractions, in this case the Blue Mosque in Istanbul.

This is one of a number of pop-up cards in the collection illustrating how laser cutting technology has allowed designers to create affordable intricate cards. Such cards are increasingly available featuring tourist attractions, in this case Hagia Sophia in Istanbul.