Paperwolf. The Original since 2010

Aach, Baden-Württemberg | 8565 Sales on Etsy

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I couldn't help but build the Chameleon in another color combination which spooked around in my head for quite a while. Dark Yellow and Violet, isn't this beautiful? 

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Looking good with white teeth! Formerly my wall croc was planned without teeth. Now I'm glad I added this extra little detail.
Playing with the prototype. Yet the yaw isn't connected. Paperwolf's crocodile!
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From Hobby to Profession

Working as Freelance Computer Animator, Wolfram Kampffmeyer lives with his wife and two little children in Aach, southern Germany.
He loves bringing animals to life. Not only inside the computer.
His passion is creating new paper sculptures with lively expressions.
Since 2010 he creates new animals under his label Paperwolf. No matter if deer, lion, monkey or meerkat - there is nothing he can't design from paper. His paper zoo grew from year to year from a llittle idea up to a second profession.
Wolfram Kampffmeyer's zoo is loved world-wide and every year new animals join the zoo - always then when a new idea squeezes it's way out of his head, urging to the surface of reality.

His creations sand out due to their high but still foldable amount of detail. The line flow follows and emphasizes the anatomical features of the animal, each polygon is placed by hand with care.

This creates a style which is aswell modern as fitting to the medium paper. The result are animals which are room decoration, gifts, art and great calming projects for your leisure time! But also proud and animal-loving alternative trophies of your own creativity!

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  • Paperwolf

    Owner, Maker, Designer

    I'm Wolfram Kampffmeyer. Born 1982. Studied Computer Animation. I'm creating virtual 3D make paper sculptures out of it. End of 2016 I've moved to Aach (Hegau) into my own little Villa Kunterbunt.

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  • Indische Schmuckmanufaktur


    Ein kleiner indischer Schmuckfabrikant fragte mich vor einiger Zeit, ob ich für ihn eine geometrische Lakshmi-Statue entwerfen könnte, die er dann aus Silber herstellen wollte. Aus diesem kleinen Gefallen erwuchs eine wunderschöne Kooperation über Grenzen hinweg!

  • Stamp Maker

    Stuttgart, Germany

    My local stamp maker engraves my stamp motives out of rubber with his special laser cutter. I then separate the motives from the big rubber plate with small scissors.

  • Online Printing Service

    Backnang, Germany

    They print my postcard motives on postcard cardboard and send it via postal service to me.

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Last updated on Dec 10, 2016
Frequently asked questions
What glue do you recommend?

We recommend PRITT® Glue Stick. Many cheaper glue sticks won't hold together and will disappoint you. Also very handy is Bookbinder Glue which adheres very fast. So you'll need to work fast and precise - recommended if you have some experience with papercrafting.

How long does it take to assemble my Paper Sculpture?

Each paper sculpture takes different times to put together. This depends on your experience and on the complexity. Our Meerkat, which is one of the smaller papercraft kits, will take around 4 hours to put together. Deer 6 hours, Cow and Bear maybe 5 hours. Our most complex sculptures like Moose and Unicorn will take around 10-12 hours. If somebody helps you, you'll be finished much faster.
A rainy afternoon never was so much fun!

How do I hang it on the wall?

Each wall trophy comes with a small adhesive hanger similar to a stamp with a small metal hook. Wet it, press it on the back and wait for a couple of hours. In addition, the trophy has an opening on the backside. All you are going to need is a simple pin which you stick into your wall. Our paper sculptures weigh only a couple of hundred grams.

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