The copy reads:
“As the tallest, heaviest, and most powerful rocket ever brought to operational status, the Saturn V spacecraft represents the pinnacle of American engineering. Despite the complexity of the actual rocket, this scale model is simple and fun to build. All you need is a pair of scissors—no glue!
1. Cut along the dotted lines to create five pieces—two body pieces and three disks.
2. Align the two body pieces perpendicular to each other and slide them together so that the slits interlock.
3. Slide the disks in vertically and carefully flip them into a horizontal position so that they interlock with the horizontal slits. This will require some bending of the material.
4. Enjoy your model Saturn V and don’t forget to RSVP!”
Just like the model, the RSVP card is cut out of the invitation.
BFA undergraduate project at Tyler School of Art
Design by Melissa Cronk
Art Direction by Dermot MacCormack
Photography by Austen Hart