Variations on normal by Dominic Wilcox

Day 2: Pop Up Train Tray Surprise
September 2, 2010, 11:23 pm
Filed under: Drawings

Today I travelled up to Edinburgh for my exhibition at Analogue Books (preview 7-9 pm, 3rd sept). I knew I would be on a train most of the day so took some photos of my local London Fields park and made a paper pop up for the food tray. Hopefully when the next passenger pulls down the tray they will get a pleasant surprise. For more info on this 30 day Speed Creating project go here.

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That is amazing!


Comment by Claire

this makes me sad… that they arent on my train

Comment by chloe

this is wonderful! i’m sorry to be missing your opening (analogue openings are an all round good time) but hopefully will make it through to see the show at some point.

Comment by Jen

That is just excellent.

Comment by blackwatertown

That´s an excellent form of graffity. I think i´ll make my own versions sir, hope you don´t get mad about it! ^^,

Comment by JBantha

Aw what a lovely idea and a gorgeous result! Most inspirational 🙂

Comment by Longbird

like like like

Comment by Layla

Would love to see this pop on my train tray!

Comment by industrial design

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Dominic, what a great surprise. Too bad I wasn’t on that train…

Comment by Orange Pop

[…] he’s now doing exactly that: make a new thing each day of the month. See what he can do with one of those pop-up train food tray thingies. And how he turns a bread into a lamp. Hopefully we’ll get him over to RAAK HQ before the end […]

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I really like this one, it’s so kind and pretty

Comment by Dainty

Love this. Finding something so lovely would make me smile 🙂

Comment by Mark

A demonstration of “paying it forward.” Wonderful concept and excellent execution. Thanks.

Comment by Cindy Paul

I can’t believe there is a vertical surface on a train without an ad on it!

Comment by Lisa

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