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Duct Tape Serenity: Serenitape

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Written by Shane McGlaun | September 24, 2014

Duct tape is a wonderful invention. It can be used for all sorts of things from the actual taping of ducts to holding the windshield or fender on your car. You can also use duct tape as an artistic medium, as a dude named Jacob LaRocca demonstrated at the World Maker Faire.


He built an impressively accurate replica of Serenity from Firefly made completely out of duct tape. The little light-colored sections you see are rolled up bits of duct tape with the sticky adhesive on the outside.


This thing is awesome. In total, it took Jacob 23 pounds of duct tape and over 110 hours of work to build the ship. I bet his hands were a sticky mess after a day’s work on this thing. Check out the complete build log up on Imgur.

[via Makezine]