'Horrorgami': How to build haunted houses out of paper

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Artist Marc Hagan-Guirey - otherwise known as Paper Dandy - describes himself as a "paper architect".

Using single pieces of A4 paper - and no glue - he creates sculptures of buildings based on locations from cult horror movies, which are then displayed in perspex light boxes.

His first exhibition of this spooky form of the Japanese art of kirigami opens in London on 1 November.

Ahead of the show, he let BBC News into his studio to show how he builds his little paper horror houses.

Video journalist: Dan Curtis

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