While there are a lot of free downloadable foldable papercraft templates online – we’ve actually featured a few of them – I’m sure many of you wished you could create custom ones yourself. Your wish has been granted.
Now I’m pretty sure it’s illegal to draw on U.S. currency, but the way I see it, it’s your money and you should be allowed to do what you want with it. So while these hacked dollar bills are probably no longer legal tender, they are pretty damned awesome anyhow.
Looking for a totally unique piece of jewelry? Well it doesn’t get more special than a piece you designed yourself. And thanks to an awesome app from the guys over at Nervous System, you can create your own earrings, necklaces and other art objects in a snap.
Hammocks are a comfortable way to take a nap. Just ask Homer Simpson. Usually you just attach each end to a tree and then doze off for a while. However, hardcore nappers will want to set their hammock up on something like this badass scrap metal scorpion.
It’s amazing what you can do with cardboard and a whole lot of imagination. Of course, you’d also need to have some skills and prior knowledge in animation in order to pull this of… but still, the whole thing is pretty impressive.
If you fail to make an impression in person, then your next chance at doing so is with your business card. Business cards can make or break what your prospective boss or business partner will think of you.
Most of the 3D printed objects we’ve featured have that 3D printed look: a single-colored material that has sharp and exact edges or grooves, something that looks like a prototype. Which is why I was really blown away by this piece made by Greg Petchkovsky:
Kids love to draw and paint on things. Sometimes they make a mess of your walls, tables and floors, but one place that’s just fine for childhood creativity is the sidewalk – assuming they use chalk for their artwork, not spray paint.
Superheroes were once babies, too. And it’s about time Marvel showed the whole world what they were probably like, via Skottie Young’s awesomely-rendered covers for the Marvel NOW! titles.
This is Skottie’s second batch of covers and he does a pretty bang-up job as usual, as you can see below.