Pin it It's not exactly easy to travel the world with your cat. Have some fun photo ops at home with these cardboard playhouses, inspired by famous landmarks. READ MORE »
A Taj Mahal for your kitty? Yes! Cats are drawn to boxes like catnip, perhaps even more so. Dutch company Poopy Cat made a whole business out of this phenomenon. But these aren’t just regular ole cardboard boxes and feline play houses. This cool cat furniture was modeled after famous buildings such as the White […]
Cardboard has long served as an inexpensive plaything for cats. It’s a cheap material that you can use to build a climbing structure, or a cosy place for them to hide. Far from a weekend craft project, these cardboard landmarks won’t be an eyesore sitting in the corner of your living room. More »
California Republican Party convention updates: Trump set to speak at lunch, protesters expected April 29 2016, 7:07 AM Welcome to a special edition of Essential Politics, our live feed from the California Republican Party convention in Burlingame. Here's a quick glance at the agenda. The event...
Toss the cardboard tiles and plastic tokens and add a little extra realism to your game night.
Building a house for a cat? Pretty cool. Building your cat a cardboard house inspired by famous architectural landmarks? Very cool. …
This cardboard home is made using a patented technique that involves wrapping dozens of layers of cardboard around a modular frame.
art-and-things-of-beauty: Franz Pflugradt (1861-1946) - Forest Interior, oil on cardboard. 37 x 47 cm.
These are the cardboard cat houses designed to look like seven different architectural landmarks from around the world (the Kremlin, Sphinx, Taj Mahal, White House, Pagoda, Mayan Temple and Eiffel Tower). They cost around $44 for one landmark of your choice provided they meet their Kickstarter funding goal. Show More Summary
Nydia Tisdale, Georgia’s most notorious citizen journalist, crisscrosses the state with a cardboard box containing little red and blue books in the back of her 2003 Honda CRV. The red one is Georgia’s Sunshine Laws; the blue one is Georgia Law Enforcement and the Open Records Act. Tisdale hands them out, with the earnest enthusiasm of a Jehovah’s Witness distributing...
Google and The New York Times are partnering up to giveaway 300,000 Google Cardboard headsets away to digital subscribers to celebrate the release of "Seeking Pluto's Frigid Heart."
The newspaper will hand out 300,000 Google Cardboard headsets to its most loyal digital subscribers.
Summary: Last November, The New York Times and Google organized a massive giveaway of Google Cardboard, shipping a million of the disposable virtual reality headsets alongside a new "NYT VR" app. Next month, they're doing it again — this time for online-only subscribers.
The New York Times and Google have teamed up once again to fire out more Google Cardboard viewers. The companies plan to roll out 300,000 new units to digital subscribers of the news outlet. This move is in conjunction with "SeekingShow More Summary
All aboard the virtual reality train.
Last November, after [HomoFaciens]’ garbage-can CNC build, we laid down the gauntlet – build a working CNC from cardboard and paperclips. And now, not only does OP deliver with a working CNC plotter, he also plans to develop it into a self-replicating machine. To be honest, we made the challenge with tongue firmly planted in cheek. Show More Summary
Got cardboard rolls lying around? We always do! You can easily turn them into space craft with these printables. Blast off with a rocket and space shuttle, which is a perfect size for Lego or other small toys. What you need Printable (click image below for the PDF or click here) Cardboard Roll Scissors (small craft […]
Listen up, gumshoes! Mac is MIA and frankly, we have no idea where the hell he went. As you know, Mac is attracted to his own image. So, we're giving away 40 cardboard cutouts of the man himself in an attempt to lure him in to help us snare him. It's up to you to help us out. Are you up for the challenge?
I’ll be the first to admit that I sometimes have to bend over backwards to write about about tabletop games on a movie site, but then something like Cinema of Attractions arrives and makes the process blissfully easy. This new card game,...Show More Summary