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Tag: Paper

Star Wars + Starbucks Cups = Tie Fighter [Papercraft]

Star Wars + Starbucks Cups = Tie Fighter [Papercraft]
Looking for something to do with all those Starbucks coffee cups you collect every morning? Why not turn them into some great geek art like this guy did. Photographer Dan Winters (from WIRED) saw all those cups, stirrers and other paper miscellany and was inspired to turn them into an awesome TIE Fighter model.

Floppy Disk Gift Labels Perfect for Wrapping Geeky Gifts

Floppy Disk Gift Labels Perfect for Wrapping Geeky Gifts
Man, 3.5-inch disks. I still can’t believe that just a decade after the demise of the floppy, a pocket-sized iPod Nano can hold than 11,378 times more data than a single 3.5-inch disk. How far we’ve come.
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Getting Organized was Never This Much Fun

Getting Organized was Never This Much Fun
I was surfing around the recesses of the Interweb today, digging under rocks to bring you fun new stuff from around the globe, when I stumbled upon something that just jumped out and beat me over the head.

Bubble Wrap Calendar: Pop, Pop, Pop the Days Away

Bubble Wrap Calendar: Pop, Pop, Pop the Days Away
There’s something just so satisfying about the tactile sensation of popping bubble wrap. Now you can have a legitimate reason to pop bubbles every day, thanks to this fun bubble wrap calendar. Each day of the year lives beneath a burstable bubble layer.

Pixel Drink Coasters: Punch Out Your Own Art

Pixel Drink Coasters: Punch Out Your Own Art
These fun drink coasters may just look like an abstract dot pattern on the surface, but thanks to some cleverly placed perforations, you can actually make your own custom pixel creations out of them. Each coaster is made up of 110 individual 1cm square “pixels” which are perfed in a way that lets you selectively remove blocks from each square.

Paper Mouse Pads Keep You Organized, Entertained

Paper Mouse Pads Keep You Organized, Entertained
Who says your mouse pad has to just help your mouse move smoothly across your desktop? These clever paper mouse pads help you keep track of everything from your daily to-do list to making note of your many moods.

Papercraft Batmobile: the Dark Knight Gets His Car Back

Papercraft Batmobile: the Dark Knight Gets His Car Back
I don’t know if any of you heard, but there’s an itty bitty low-budget movie about some sort of winged superhero that just hit theaters this week, and maybe at least a few of you managed to go and see it.

Can’T Wait Til 7/11? Try a Papercraft 3g iPhone

Can’T Wait Til 7/11? Try a Papercraft 3g iPhone
Big Chief Design couldn’t handle the inexorable month-long wait until the new iPhones come out- so they made a downloadable papercraft one for the interim! If you want your own, head to Big Chief and download the PDF.

Steve Jobs Shows Off Mini iPhone and iPod

Steve Jobs Shows Off Mini iPhone and iPod
With all the buzz surrounding the impending Apple WWDC show, it was only a matter of time before pictures of Steve Jobs and some new i-Things would leak to the ‘net. So I’m happy to bring you this exclusive first look at Apple’s latest breakthrough in miniaturization.

Paper Gps Won’T Get You Lost (if You Write Good Directions)

Paper Gps Won’T Get You Lost (if You Write Good Directions)
Who needs one of those new-fangled e-lec-tronic GPS navigation contraptions, when you can accomplish the same degree of directional guidance with a little old-fashioned paper and ink? Whether you’re ready to head out on a cross-country road trip, or just around the corner to the grocery, all you need to do is surf over to to Google Maps, print out the directions, transcribe them onto this GPS-enabled pad, then hit the road.

E-Mail Goes Low Tech

E-Mail Goes Low Tech
Working in the online biz, I just can’t seem to get away from e-mail. All day and all night, the messages flow. I get hundreds each and every day (and that’s before the spam). I can only imagine how big that stack of would be if the messages were written on good old paper.

Tiny Super Nintendo Papercraft Goes Anywhere

Tiny Super Nintendo Papercraft Goes Anywhere
This amazing papercraft Super Nintendo system is so small that it’ll fit in the palm of your hand. Created by Chilean papercrafter ryo007, the teeny tiny SNES even include a pair of minuscule controllers and a set of game cartridges.

The World’s Smallest Nintendo Ds Lite

The World’s Smallest Nintendo Ds Lite
Check out this tiny papercraft model of an ice blue Nintendo DS Lite created by a really dedicated (and really patient) gaming fan. Even though it’s only slightly larger than a paper clip, this mini DS Lite features an a amazing amount of detail.

Macbook Air Isn’t the Thinnest Apple

Macbook Air Isn’t the Thinnest Apple
On the eve of the in-store release of Apple’s sleek and sexy MacBook Air portable, it’s been revealed that an even thinner, tinier MacBook is in the works. The MacBook Paper is about twice the thickness of a sheet of paper, and it too fits inside of an envelope.

Export to World: Virtual Objects Get Real

Export to World: Virtual Objects Get Real
There’s nothing quite like a delicious virtual donut and a hot cup of paper coffee before parking it in front of the fake TV to get my day going. This off-the-wall creative project takes items seen in the 3D virtual world of Second Life, and transforms them into real-world (paper) objects.

Panda Shredder Destroys Tiny Documents, Not Pandas

Panda Shredder Destroys Tiny Documents, Not Pandas
These wacky mini panda bear shredders aren’t really big enough to destroy that second set of books you’ve been keeping for your business (let alone pandas), but they are perfect for getting rid of tiny pieces of paper you’ve written secret love notes on.
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