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.