We sort of feel sorry for the lil guy…
Most origami kits teach you how to make a paper flower or grasshopper, which is about as interesting as, well, origami. How about a paper-folding project with balls instead? These paper models are downloadable PDFs that you just print out and build: all your favorite late-model and classic trucks are available. No grasshoppers.
Finally, a wine rack that won’t clash with your decor. It’s a modular, fully-customizable rack system made of aluminum and premium wood veneers that you can put anywhere. It was created by 2012 ICFF award-winning designer Eric Pfeiffer. Never thought we’d say this but the dude has a nice rack.
Dudes don’t normal get stoked about side tables, this one’s an exception. All Illusion tables are handmade, individual and unique. The design gives the impression of a table cloth on a round table. However, the object uses the structural strength of the folded material to create a magical and surprising experience.
Remember old school floppy disks? They came in two sizes: 3.5″ and 5.25″ and stored not much more data than the size of a single MP3. It was never a question of if, but when they’d meet their official demise, which believe it or not wasn’t too long ago.
Nick Gentry, though, has found a use for the defunct tech by creating mosaics. Well, sort of mosaics – he uses the floppy disks as a canvas and incorporates parts of the label and mechanical parts of the disks into his work.
We know, we know… this is a blog for dudes, but we all secretly dig sweet swag on our frig. However, some dudes need to badly upgrade their magnetic offerings. Replace the ceramic windmills, horrible puns and other tacky magnets on your fridge with your own Instagram masterpieces, thanks to StickyGram. For a low fee, the company will take your Instagram photos and turn them into magnets.
The magnets are almost as big as how they appear on the iPhone – 2″ x 2″ – so you can fill your fridge with dozens of your heavily filtered pics.
Sign in with your Instagram account on Stickygram’s website to get started, then pay $15 (USD) for every 9 photos that you want to convert into fridge magnets. If you want to be a smart-ass, take Instagram photos of your current magnets and then StickyGram them.