The Pop-Up World of Ann Montanaro


Catalog of an Exhibition Held at Rutgers University,
The State University of New Jersey
April-July, 1996




ABC in living models: A book in which all the letters of the alphabet stand up in life-like form when the pages open. Bookano series. Printed in England. s.l., s.n., [193-?].

Adventures of Doctor Dolittle. By Hugh Lofting. Albert G. Miller, editor. Marvin Brehm, Beverly Edwards, and Maurice Harvey, illustrators. Paul Taylor, designer. Printed in Japan. s.l., Hallmark Cards and Random House, [1967].

The adventures of Sinbad the sailor [Jaroslav Beza and Frantisek Sklar, illustrators.] Printed in Czechoslovakia. Produced by Artia, Prague. London, Bancroft & Co (Publishers) Ltd., 1960.

Alphabet bookmobile. Book Mobiles.By Miriam Schapiro. Anna Wolf, paper structure. Printed in Hong Kong. Rhonert Park, California, 1993.

Andy Warhol's index (book) with the assistance of Stephen Shore, Paul Morrissey, Ondine, and Nico. A Black Star Book. Several photographs by Nate Finkelstein. Factory fotos by Billy Name. Produced by Graphics International. New York, Random House, 1967.

Animal homes. A National Geographic Action Book. Jeffrey Terreson, illustrator. Alice Jablonsky, writer. John Strejan, paper engineer. Printed in Colombia, South America. Washington, D.C., National Geographic Society, 1989.

Animal life in fact, fancy and fun. Bookano Living Models Series. S. Louis Giraud, editor. [England], Daily Sketch & Sunday Graphic, [1938].

Annie get your gun; seen through the eyes of a child. [Dinah, Illustrator] Printed in England. London, Raphael Tuck & Sons, Ltd., [1950].

The Beatles: Musical pop-up. Concept by Rob Burt and Michael Wells. Mike Peterkin and Pete Campbell, illustrators. Ian Honeybone, paper engineer. Printed in Colombia, South America. New York, Bonanza Pop Up, 1985.

Beauty and the beast and other fantastic fairy tales: A pop-up book with four miniature storybooks. By Ron Van der Meer. Fran Thatcher, illustrator. Manufactured in China. New York, Random House, 1994.

The beetle. Dimensional Nature Portfolio Series. By Maria M. Mudd. Wendy Smith-Griswold, illustrator. James Diaz, paper engineer. Produced by White Heat Ltd. Printed in Singapore. New York, Stewart, Tabori and Chang, Inc., 1992.

Bedtime rhymes. Carousel Books. Katy Rhodes, illustrator. Printed in China. Auburn, Maine, Flying Frog Publishing, Inc., 1994.

Ben's box. By Michael Foreman. David Pelham, designer. David Carter and David Pelham, paper engineers. Produced by Intervisual Communications, Inc. Printed in Colombia, South America. Sevenoaks [England], Hodder and Stoughton Children's Books, 1986.

Bible stories from the Old Testament in three dimensions. Christos Kondeatis, designer, illustrator and paper engineer. Printed in Hong Kong. Manufactured in China. New York, Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 1993.

Bobby bear. "Magic Action" Book. Racine, Wisconsin, Whitman Publishing Co., 1935.

Bomba's adventure: An all colour 3D pop-up book. Animal magic Pop-up Series. G. Seda and J. Pavlin, illustrators. Printed in Czechoslovakia. Artia Prague. London, Bancroft & Co., 1967.

Cats up: Purring pop-ups Korky Paul, illustrator. Ray Marshall, paper engineer. Printed in Colombia, South America. New York, Simon & Schuster, 1982.

The Christmas alphabet. Robert Sabuda, designer and paper engineer. Produced by White Heat Ltd. Printed and hand assembled in Colombia, South America. New York, Orchard Books, 1994.

Chuck Murphy's one to ten pop-up surprises. Chuck Murphy, paper engineer. Produced by White Heat ltd. Printed and bound in Hong Kong. New York, Little Simon, 1995.

Circle farm. By Nancy Hellen.Manufactured in Hong Kong. New York, Rooster Book, 1994.

Confirmation. Catechetical Scenes. By M. Coerezza. Hong Kong, Salesian Catechetical Centre, 1957.

"Could I keep him?" By Arnold Shapiro. Pat Paris, illustrator. Dick Dudley, paper engineer. Compass Productions. Printed in Colombia, South America. Hauppauge, New York, Barron's Educational Series, 1990.

The dwindling party. By Edward Gorey. Ib Penick, paper engineer. Printed in Singapore. New York, Random House, 1982.

The earth in three dimensions: An atlas and pop-up globe of the world. By Keith Lye. Maps by Malcolm Porter. David Hawcock, paper engineer. Designed by Electric Paper. Printed in Colombia. New York, Dial Books for Young Readers, 1994.

The facts of life: Three-dimensional, movable illustrations show the development of a baby from conception to birth. By Jonathan Miller and David Pelham. John Strejan, James Diaz, David Rosendale, and David Pelham, paper engineers. Harry Willcock, illustrator. Produced by Intervisual Communications, Inc. Printed in Colombia, South America. New York, Viking, 1984.

Farm. Westminster Books. (N. Dear, illustrator) Printed in Holland. London, Bancroft and Co., Ltd., [195-?].

Farmyard friends: A pop-up book about farm animals.By Peter Seymour. Little Learner Pop-up Books. Keith Moseley, designer. Pat Paris, illustrator. Produced by Intervisual Communications, Inc. Printed in Colombia, South America. New York, Windmill Books/ Simon & Schuster, 1982.

Fenway Park: Legendary home of the Boston Red Sox. By John Boswell and David Fisher. Rick Morrison, paper engineer. Bill Purdom, illustrator. Printed in Singapore. Boston, Massachusetts, Little, Brown and Company, 1992.

From the bottom up. [New York], New York Mutual Broadcasting System, [194-?].

Fun on the farm with numbers. By Barbara Loots. Hallmark Pop-up Counting Book. Ellen Sloan, illustrator. Printed in Singapore. Kansas City, Missouri, Hallmark Cards, [1976].

Gulliver in Lilliput. By Edward Cunningham. Hallmark Children's Editions. Michael Hague, illustrator. Howard Lohnes, paper engineer. Printed in Singapore. Kansas City, Missouri, Hallmark Cards, [1976].

Gulliver in Lilliput. Westminster Books.V. Kubasta, illustrator. Printed in Czechoslovakia. London, Bancroft & Co. (Publishers) Ltd., [196-?].

Hans Andersen's fairy stories with pictures that spring to life. S. Louis Giraud, editor. London, Strand Publishers, [1938].

Inside the personal computer: An illustrated introduction in 3 dimensions: A pop-up guide. Written and conceived by Sharon Gallagher. Design and paper engineering by Van der Meer Paper Design. Wayne McLoughlin, Christopher Finch, and Jonathan Wright, illustrators. New York, Abbeville Press, 1984.

Into space. By Vitaly Sevastyanov. S. Lednev, translator. Printed in USSR. Moscow, Malysh Publishers, 1980.

In the air and everywhere. By Jody Marshall. Elizabeth McClelland, illustrator. Produced by White Heat Ltd. Printed and assembled in Colombia, South America. New York, W.H. Freeman and Company, 1994.

Jack and the beanstalk. Tell Tale Theater. Retold by Roger Culbertson. Lane Yerkes, illustrator. Roger Culbertson, designer and paper engineer. Story narrated by Carl Reiner. Produced by Designimation, Inc. Printed in Singapore. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Running Press Book Publishers, 1994.

The Jolly Jump-ups and their new house. By Geraldine Clyne. Springfield, Massachusetts, McLoughlin Bros., 1939.

The Jolly Jump-ups journey through space. By Geraldine Clyne. Springfield, Massachusetts, McLoughlin Bros., 1954.

The joys of Christmas: A celebration in three dimensions, with special holiday centerpiece. By Cindy West. Marion Cholmeley-Jones and Kim Mulkey, illustrators. Ib Penick and Betsy Morgan, paper engineers. Structural Graphics. Printed in Mexico. New York, Macmillan Publishers, 1985.

Jumping children. By Ron and Atie van der Meer. Jack in the Box Series. Produced by Smeets Display Centre, Netherlands. s.l., Child's Play (International) Ltd., 1986.

Jungle adventure: a pop-up vacation. Helen Balmer, illustrator and paper engineer. Produced by Intervisual Books, Inc. Printed and bound in Colombia, South America. New York, Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 1993.

Land of long ago: A visit to fairyland with Humpty Dumpty: A novel picture book for children. Verses by L. L. Weedon. E. Stuart Hardy, illustrator. Printed in Bavaria. London, Nister; New York, E. P. Dutton, [1890].

Let's go to the zoo. An Unfold-a-Story Book. By Richard Fowler. Produced by Ventura Publishing Ltd. Printed and bound in Singapore. Los Angeles, Price/Stern/Sloan, 1984.

The little house. V. Kubasta, illustrator. [London], Brown Watson, 1984.

Little pets: A panorama picture book of animals.Text by L. L. Weedon. Verses by Clifton Bingham. Printed in Bavaria. London, Nister; New York, E. P. Dutton, [1896].

Little Red Riding Hood. Linda Griffith, illustrator. Designed and produced by Intervisual Communications, Inc. Printed and bound in Singapore. Los Angeles, California, Price/Stern/Sloan, [197-?]

Little Red Riding Hood. Martin Baynton, illustrator. James Roger Diaz and Sandra Tiller, designers and paper engineers. Produced by Intervisual Communications, Inc. Printed in Singapore. New York, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Books, 1982.

Love bugs. By David A. Carter. Produced by Intervisual Books, Inc. Printed and bound in China. New York, Little Simon, 1995.

Majesty in flight: Nature's birds of prey in three dimensions. By Ron Van der Meer. Ivan Lapper, illustrator. Van der Meer Paper Design. Printed in Singapore. [New York], Abbeville Press, 1984.

Moko and Koko in the jungle. By V. Kubasta. Westminster Books. Printed in Czechoslovakia. London, Bancroft and Co., [196-?].

Museum of unnatural history. By Kees Moerbeek. Produced by Intervisual Books, Inc. Printed and bound in Colombia, South America. Los Angeles, Price Stern Sloan, 1993.

My sister: A treasury of companionship.A Running Press Miniature Edition. Brian Perrin, editor. Valerie Cousen, illustrator. Roger Culbertson and Takesi Takahaski, designers and paper engineers. Produced by Designimation, Inc. Printed in Thailand. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Running Press Book Publishers, 1995.

Nature by the numbers with pop-up surprises. By Lynette Ruschak. GB McIntosh, illustrator. Vicki Teague-Cooper, paper engineer. Produced by White Heat Ltd. Printed in Colombia and assembled in Ecuador. New York, Little Simon, 1994.

Penguin. Egg pop-ups.Bob Bampton, illustrator. Developed and produced by Sadie Fields Productions. Printed and assembled in Colombia, South America. New York, An Artists & Writers Guild Book, 1994.

Picnic day. By Martha Paulsen. A Saalfield Action Book. A. Schenk, animator. Akron, Ohio, Saalfield Publishing Co., 1946.

Play time in action. William Kemp Tilley, illustrator. Newton, Massachusetts, Walter P. Phillips, 1949.

The pop-up book of M.C. Escher. John J. Strejan, paper engineer. Designed by Bonnie Smetts Design. Produced by Blaze International Productions, Inc. Printed in Colombia, South America. Petaluma, California, Pomegranate Artbooks, 1991.

The "pop-up" Mother Goose with "pop-up" illustrations in full color by Harold B. Lentz. New York, Blue Ribbon Press, 1934.

The "pop-up" Pinocchio, being the life and adventures of a wooden puppet who finally became a real boy; with "pop-up" illustrations in color by Harold B. Lentz. New York, Blue Ribbon Books, 1932.

The pop-up White House: Open the book and you're ready to play President and First Lady! complete with ready-to-assemble furniture and your own personal MX missile. By John Boswell and Ron Barrett. Ron Barrett and Gary Hallgren, illustrators. New York, Bantam, 1983.

Puss in boots. A Peepshow Book. Kathleen Hale, illustrator. Boston, Massachusetts, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1951.

Puss in boots. Story told by Christopher Logue. Nicola Bayley, illustrator. Printed in Colombia, South America. New York, Greenwillow Books, 1976.

The race of the turtle and the rabbit. An Action Book. Laura V. Schmeing, illustrator. Cincinnati, Ohio, Artcraft Paper Products, [195-?]

Rip Van Winkle. [By Washington Irving] Julian Wehr, animator. New York, Stephen Daye, Inc., 1945.

Roaring lion tales: A pop-up book. Retold by Alain Presencer. Created by Ron Van der Meer. Van der Meer Paper Design. Printed in Singapore. London, Bedrick/Blackie, 1984.

Robot. Jan Pienkowski, illustrator. Assisted by Jane Walmsley, Kinga Pniewska, and Martine Forrest. James Roger Diaz, Tor Lokvig, and Marcin Stajewski, paper engineers. New York, Delacorte, 1981.

The royal family pop-up book. By Patrick Montague-Smith. Roger Payne, illustrator. Vic Duppa-White, paper engineer. Printed in Colombia, South America. [New York], Bounty Books, 1984.

Sailing ships. By Ron Van der Meer and Alan McGowan. Paintings by Borje Svensson. John Strejan and David Rosendale, paper engineers. Produced by Intervisual Communications, Inc. Printed in Colombia, South America. New York, Viking, 1984.

Small talk. By Jan Pienkowski. Minipops. Marcin Stajewski and James Roger Diaz, paper engineers. Produced by Intervisual Communications, Inc. Printed in Colombia, South America. Los Angeles, California, Price/Stern/Sloan, [1991].

Snack pack books. Concept and stories by Edmon J. Rodman. Ted and Linda Bick, illustrators. Produced by Compass Productions. Printed in Colombia, South America. [Boston], Little, Brown & Company, 1995.

Solomon Grundy: A pop-up rhyme. Retold and illustrated by Nick Bantock. Dennis K. Meyer and Nick Bantock, paper engineers. Produced by Intervisual Communications, Inc. Printed and bound in Singapore. New York, Viking, 1992.

Those fabulous flying machines: A history of flight in three dimensions with punch-out plane model By Seymour Reit. Randy Weidner and Frank Ossmann, illustrators. Ib Penick, paper engineer. Structural Graphics. Printed in Mexico. New York, Macmillan Publications, 1985.

Tiny kittens. Lesley Ann Ivory, illustrator. Ron Van der Meer, designer and paper engineer. Printed in China. New York, Abbeville Press, 1990.

Tip + Top and the moon rocket. V. Kubasta, illustrator. Printed in Czechoslovakia. London, Bancroft, 1964.

Tip + Top + Tap look at ships. V. Kubasta, illustrator. Printed in Czechoslovakia. London, Bancroft, 1964.

The tunnel calamity. By Edward Gorey. Magic Windows. Printed in Hong Kong. New York, G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1984.

The ultimate bug book: A unique introduction to the world of insects in fabulous, full-color pop-ups. By Luise Woelflein. Wendy Smith-Griswold, illustrator. James Roger Diaz, paper engineer. Produced by White Heat Ltd. Printed in Singapore. New York, An Artists & Writers Guild Book, 1993.

The ultimate pop-up cocktail book. By Michael Wells and Graham Brown. Geoffrey Appleton, illustrator. Paul Wilgress, paper engineer. London, Ward Lock, 1984.

The very good dinosaur. Written and illustrated by Mick Inkpen. Jim Deesing, designer. Rodger Smith, paper engineer. Produced by Intervisual Books, Inc. Printed in Colombia and bound in Ecuador. Atlanta, Georgia, Bedrock Press, 1993.

Viking block books. Borje Svensson, designer and illustrator. James Diaz, paper engineer. Produced by Intervisual Communications, Inc. Printed in U.S.A. New York, Viking Press, 1981.

What's in the fridge? A tasty pop-up ABC. By Ruth Tilden. Produced by White Heat Ltd. Printed in Colombia and bound in Ecuador. New York, Little Simon, 1994.

Winter. The Little Showman's Series no. 2. New York, McLoughlin Bros., 1884.

Wonderful earth! Text and illustrations by Nick Butterworth and Mick Inkpen. Paul Wilgress, paper engineer. Printed in Colombia, South America. Alton Hants, United Kingdom, Hunt and Thorpe, 1990.


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