My dad got a copy of The Ninth Letter, the University of Illinois literary magazine, and after looking at it sent it along to me.
The goal of this issue seemed to be to produce a physical object was as important as the content, and what they’ve produced is full of stuff–posters, cards, etc.
One thing in it was set of pieces of cardboard to be folded and then assembled (with the addition of a penny as a weight) into a little cardboard toy called the Angel of Memory. Jackie put it together. I grabbed this video with my camera. I forgot that there’s no easy way to rotate video, so you’ll have to turn your head 90 degrees to the right to see it properly.
(I may be missing some trick, but it seems that you have to follow that link, and then click on another link in the page that comes up to see the video.)