Hey guys! So, I spent maybe 8-9 full hours cutting, gluing, pasting, sticking, colouring, measuring, designing, researching and making this pop-out diorama of various things in our society and environment.
It's for a geography project, which we have to design an advertisement to encourage people to use less electricity, gas, oil, natural resources and use more environmentally-friendly products and public transport.
I spent about a total of $25 AUD for the cost of coloured/non coloured paper (A4 and A3), silver pens, double-sided tape, glue, colouring pencils and etc. Well, of course I didn't spend $25 on this project itself, because I have tonnes of left over material to use for other things..
So, in the actual artwork, the pictures and everything appear 3D, but you can close it to become 2D, like a pop-out book, and it can come down to the size of less than 1cm (0.4").
The things inside the picture are out-of-scale to symbolise distance of course. Things in the back are smaller and the things up close are larger.
There's a house, which is also pop-out, and it's here [link]