/Libeskind pop-up book slices off a future architect’s finger
Libeskind Pop-Up Book

Libeskind pop-up book slices off a future architect’s finger

Little Johnny Deutch wanted to be an architect like his uncle Fredrik. So, to fill his nephew’s head with dreams of wild and futuristic design, Fredrik bought him a new book of architecture designed by a famous contemporary architect. He unwisely chose the new Libeskind┬ápop-up book. On just the second page, the first shards of paper shot up and sliced off the end of Johnny’s left index finger. You guessed it, Johnny is a lefty. How will he ever be able to type comfortably for hours? How will his finger reach the mouse button? Johnny’s future has been snipped by a so-called book of dreams.

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