Amazing Pop Up Book Art

These stories really do leap out of the page at you that’s because they’re amazing artwork created from book front covers. Using Mills and Boon-style artwork artist Thomas Allen has created nearly 100 different dramas turning book artwork into 3D.Thomas cuts up the people-heavy covers of pulp fiction novels and creates mini-dioramas, allowing the characters to interact with others from different works, and with the books themselves.

These stories really do leap out of the page at you that's because they're amazing artwork created from book front covers. Using Mills and Boon-style artwork artist Thomas Allen has created nearly 100 different dramas turning book artwork into 3D.Thomas cuts up the people-heavy covers of pulp fiction novels and creates mini-dioramas, allowing the characters to interact with others from different works, and with the books themselves.

These stories really do leap out of the page at you that's because they're amazing artwork created from book front covers. Using Mills and Boon-style artwork artist Thomas Allen has created nearly 100 different dramas turning book artwork into 3D.Thomas cuts up the people-heavy covers of pulp fiction novels and creates mini-dioramas, allowing the characters to interact with others from different works, and with the books themselves.

These stories really do leap out of the page at you that's because they're amazing artwork created from book front covers. Using Mills and Boon-style artwork artist Thomas Allen has created nearly 100 different dramas turning book artwork into 3D.Thomas cuts up the people-heavy covers of pulp fiction novels and creates mini-dioramas, allowing the characters to interact with others from different works, and with the books themselves.

These stories really do leap out of the page at you that's because they're amazing artwork created from book front covers. Using Mills and Boon-style artwork artist Thomas Allen has created nearly 100 different dramas turning book artwork into 3D.Thomas cuts up the people-heavy covers of pulp fiction novels and creates mini-dioramas, allowing the characters to interact with others from different works, and with the books themselves.