John Strejan was a children's pop-up book artist and paper engineer.
Vic Duppa-Whyte (1934–1986) was a British paper engineer and author for pop-up books. Born in Southern Africa, Duppa-Whyte moved to the United Kingdom before attending college. After graduating from t
Waldo Henley Hunt (November 28, 1920 – November 6, 2009) was a prolific producer of pop-up books, having nearly singlehandedly revived the genre in the post-war era.
Thomas Malton, the elder
Thomas Malton, the elder (1726–1801) was an English architectural draughtsman and writer on geometry.
Movable Book Society
The Movable Book Society (MBS) is a nonprofit organization which provides a forum for artists, book sellers, book producers, collectors, curators, and others to share enthusiasm and exchange informati
Ib Penick (1930–1998), a native of Denmark, was known as "the creative mind behind the resurgence of pop-up children's books in the 1960s and 1970s. In his career, Penick designed more than 130 childr
Jan Michał Pieńkowski (8 August 1936 – 19 February 2022) was a Polish-born British author of children's books—as illustrator, as writer, and as designer of movable books. He is best known for illustra
Lothar Meggendorfer (6 November 1847 in Munich – 7 July 1925 in Munich) was a German illustrator and early cartoonist known for his pop-up books. He was first published in 1862 in the Fliegende Blätte
Vojtěch Kubašta (1914, in Vienna – 1992) was a Czech architect and artist. Vojtěch Robert Vladimír Kubašta was born in Vienna. His family moved to Prague when he was four years old and he lived there
Ernest Nister (1841–1906) was a German publisher and printer of movable books for children and paper ephemera such as greeting cards, post cards and calendars. He was born in Darmstadt, Germany and la
Julian Wehr (1898–1970) was known as the "American Master of Animated Books". Around 9 million copies of Wehr's books were sold in the United States and Great Britain, and were translated and sold in