Shipping: Standard flat-rate shipping within the continental U.S. for paper toys and small posters is a flat rate of $3.00 (via USPS in a rigid cardboard mailer). Large (24"x36") posters require an additional $5.00 shipping in a large, heavy-duty mailing tube. International orders that exceed the base shipping will be sent an additional PayPal invoice for their exact shipping costs through the US Postal Service in order to minimize these fees as much as possible.

Salivini (zombie dog) papertoy kit
Salivini (zombie dog) papertoy kit
Includes full color laser-cut card stock parts and adhesive dots to create your own Salivini paper model (approximately 6” tall). Full assembly required.

Difficulty level: moderate (Requires careful folding and benefits greatly from a few simple tools such as an exacto knife or tweezers to facilitate some of the more intricate bends and folds. Model can be assembled entirely without adhesive, but will be much more stable if assembled using the included adhesive dots, glue stick, or tape.)

Special Features: Drippy arm nub, extra-long curly tongue action, peek-a-boo cranial cavity for maximum brainage.

Downloadable instructions (PDF) are available online by clicking here.
$ 13.00
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Roarmero (zombie bear) papertoy kit
Roarmero (zombie bear) papertoy kit
Includes full color laser-cut card stock parts and adhesive dots to create your own Roarmero paper model (approximately 7” tall). Full assembly required.

Difficulty level: moderate to high (Has fine-detail parts that can tear. Requires careful folding and benefits greatly from a few simple tools such as an exacto knife or tweezers to facilitate some of the more intricate bends and folds. Some tab insertions require careful coordination. Model can be assembled entirely without adhesive, but will be much more stable if assembled using the included adhesive dots, glue stick, or tape.)

Special Features: Swappable hair or hatchet, ooey-gooey-dangly eyeball, optional exposed intestiney-goodness!

Downloadable instructions (PDF) are available online by clicking here.
$ 13.00
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The World Hasn't Changed (11x17)
The World Hasn't Changed (11x17)
11” x 17” (wide format) print of “The World Hasn’t Changed” - Original digital illustration, produced at high resolution (10 color archival ink) on Epson Professional Premium Luster stock at 2,880 dpi.

"Guess the world changed."

" No. It's the same as it ever was: the weak get taken."


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This scene is an homage to Robert Kirkman's "The Walking Dead" series. It's the Sherriff's son, Carl, surrounded by the walking dead… with who-knows-how-many bullets left.

With positioning and contrasting colors, it eerily captures the "us-versus-them" feeling of the survival horror genre.
$ 15.00
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The World Hasn't Changed (36x24)
The World Hasn't Changed (36x24)
24” x 36” (wide format) print of “The World Hasn’t Changed” - Original digital illustration, produced at high resolution (10 color archival ink) on Epson Professional Premium Luster stock at 2,880 dpi.

"Guess the world changed."

" No. It's the same as it ever was: the weak get taken."


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This scene is an homage to Robert Kirkman's "The Walking Dead" series. It's the Sherriff's son, Carl, surrounded by the walking dead… with who-knows-how-many bullets left.

With positioning and contrasting colors, it eerily captures the "us-versus-them" feeling of the survival horror genre.
$ 40.00
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Recommended Tools:

Your paper model can be assembled completely by hand with the items included, but the following items can be helpful during assembly: alternative adhesive such as glue sticks, hot melt glue gun or tape; tweezers or an unfolded paperclip for tab insertions; a damp cloth for removing any laser carbon from your fingers as you work (prevents smudging)


Notes:

These paper models have been created one at-a-time in our studio on a small laser cutter, not mass-produced. A small amount of laser charring is normal (though not ideal) on the edges of all laser-cut parts. This will not impact the quality of your finished model, but you may want to clean your hands during assembly. We're proud of our creations, and would like to improve our models as time goes on. We appreciate your enthusiasm, and welcome your suggestions to make fun new models for you to enjoy.