If you are the type who likes to create papercraft sculptures, here is the best thing ever. I’m talking about a new Kickstarter project called reaDIYmate that not only lets you create objects using paper, but you can also bring them to life.
Hitler was one of the most hated figures in human history. Since the man himself is dead, no one will ever know what might have happened in his growing up years to turn him into a delusional being who had a twisted perception of himself, of Germany, and of the world.
For those of you unfamiliar with MOO, they make some of the coolest looking business cards you can buy. They offer an online printing service which makes it easy for you to print awesome looking cards in a snap – and in full color.
These cute and whimsical smartphone cases are made using simple napkin paper. Yes, you heard me right. Napkin paper. There are quite a few different designs and they’ll fit iPhones, Blackberrys and other phones.
With the increasing ubiquity of electronic devices, it’s not hard to imagine a future where we no longer need paper. But PEGA Design & Engineering thinks otherwise. The design consultancy firm has come up with a new paper-based material that can be used to make cases for gadgets.
Pizza is the stuff of legends. Geeks all around the world could probably live off nothing more than pizza, beer, and a few high caffeine soft drinks if they had to. The problem with eating pizza at your computer though is that your fingers get greasy.
We should all be concerned about the sustainability of the products that we buy. To do their part, Berlin’s Weltunit have started making device stands made out of cardboard, which have been laser-cut for precision.
I never thought about making a papercraft art piece featuring Darth Vader myself, but other people certainly have. In this case, one artist posed Darth Vader like he’s Jesus Christ himself – a bit of a contradiction with Vader’s Dark Sided ways.
If you’ve ever dreamed of building your own robot, why not take a shot at a cardboard hexapod? It will cost you less than $100(USD) for the parts. I did say cardboard after all. Mike Estee is in the process of building this one here, which is still in the early stages, but looks great.
I for one think that every party should have a piñata. I don’t care if it’s a birthday, a christening, a wedding or a wake. Smacking objects with a bat while blindfolded until candy pours onto the ground is just perfect for any occasion.