After creating "Grumm" and "son of a Grumm", I quickly started experimenting with different ways of using paper.

At that time, I saw this as a hobby which was not really serious (not for grownups). And was a little ashamed for it.

But at the same time I did do exhibits.

To "explain" my sideproject to my collegues, I made NOISSgrumm.

It was one of the biggest papertoys I made (4 * A3) and I took it to lots of exhibitions.

You can find some extra photos on flickr.

This model never was put online because of the number of sheets it requeres and the complexity of the build.