Gallery One-And-A-Half

HORRORGAMI PRIVATE VIEW PICTURES

A few pictures of the Horrorgami private view on Hallowe'en night featuring a few special guests.

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L-R:  Rhiannon Adam  (Gallery One-And-A-Half),  Dougie Poynter  (Mc Fly),  Me  (Paper Dandy)  Tom Fletcher  (Mc Fly),  Giovanna Fletcher  (author & actor),  Glamourous Lady  (?)

L-R: Rhiannon Adam (Gallery One-And-A-Half), Dougie Poynter (Mc Fly), Me (Paper Dandy) Tom Fletcher (Mc Fly), Giovanna Fletcher (author & actor), Glamourous Lady (?)

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L-R:  Chris Addison  (Comedian),  Marc Wootton  (Comedian ),  Me  (Paper Dandy)

L-R: Chris Addison (Comedian), Marc Wootton (Comedian ), Me (Paper Dandy)

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HORRORGAMI IS ON THE BBC NEWS WEBSITE!

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So overwhelmed to see Horrorgami on the BBC News Magazine section this morning. I doubt any Blue Peter presenters will be worried about their jobs yet. Watch it here If you want to have a go at making the Zombie Mini-Horrorgami featured in the clip then you can download the template right after the jump. I'll retweet any images of models you've made. Modifications are welcome!

Happy Hallowe'en

Paper Dandy

HORRORGAMI MINI-FEATURE IN LOADED MAGAZINE

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Whoops! Haunted got its letters mixed up a bit... Chuffed all the same to see Horrorgami mentioned in Loaded Magazine. Tits and paper craft, what more do you need? Click the button below to see the full article.

HORRORGAMI LISTED ON TIMEOUT LONDON

Time Out says

A love of horror films and the macabre is the inspiration behind these 'Horrorgami' works by Marc Hagan-Guirey, aka Paper Dandy, a 'paper architect', who employs the ancient and fiddly Japanese art of kirigami. Perfect for Halloween gallery-goers, each construction depicts an iconic location from a cult horror movie -including The Overlook Hotel from 'The Shining' and 112 Ocean Avenue from the 'Amityville' films. Hagan-Guirey further ramps up the atmosphere by presenting the works in lightboxes so that, after dark, their silhouetted forms appear as spectral and ethereal. He wants us to think about the artifice of fear and horror as a psychological construct. And, yes, cut from a single sheet of paper, each piece was probably a nightmare to make.

http://www.timeout.com/london/around-town/event/276430/horrorgami