The creative director of Moschino allows a view into his private working world.
As one of the cheapest and easiest virtual reality viewers on the market, Google Cardboard is the de facto device for VR beginners.
The origami-like Apsara delivery drone is made of scored and laser-cut cardboard sheets that take about an hour to fold and tape together. The post The Brilliant Drone That’ll Deliver Medicine—Then Rot Away appeared first on WIRED.
President Donald Trump called Huber — who has a cardboard cut-out of Trump in his house — on stage during his Florida rally, and called him a “star.”
Welcome to Cardboard Cinema, a feature that explores the intersection between movies and tabletop gaming. This column is sponsored by Dragon’s Lair Comics & Fantasy in Austin, Texas. Mondo has built its reputation on creating objects...Show More Summary
From cat-inspired fashion collections to cat themed luxury luggage, felines have gone vogue. Yet the reality for day-to-day cat owners feels closer to plastic neon toys and beloved cardboard boxes than an ultra-chic aesthetic. And while...Show More Summary
This Saturday, just shy of a month from the day he was sworn into office, Trump held a campaign rally in Florida, and he brought one of his supporters, a Florida resident named Gene Huber, up on stage with and allowed him to take the...Show More Summary
Gene Huber is so devoted to President Donald Trump, he salutes and talks to a cardboard cutout of Trump every day. Huber, 47, revealed that bizarre ritual during an interview with CNN, held after he was invited to join the presidentShow More Summary
Pres. Donald Trump attacked the press and invented a terrorist attack in Sweden that never happened on Saturday at his rally in Melbourne, Florida, but some people will remember the rally for one reason only: Trump supporter Gene Huber. “A star is born,” said Pres. Donald Trump on...
This weekend, store your socks where you can find them with an organizer made from reused cardboard. rockingbearranch made this one the exact size of her drawer, so she’ll never have to paw through a jumble of socks again. She covered her organizer with scrapbook paper, so it’s not only functional; it’s pretty as well. […]
Craftsman Aliaksei Zholner created this fully functional mini pipe organ, made entirely of paper and cardboard. It works on the same principle as a normal organ, using a set of pipes, a wind system, and a keyboard. The air in the pipe...Show More Summary
While you can't access Daydream games on your iPhone, the world of Cardboard is open to you. The glorious thing about Google Cardboard, is that you don't need to use an Android phone in order to access them. All you need is a phone, along with a headset, and you'll be good to go. Show More Summary
If you’ve ever lived in or visited someone in an apartment in Japan, you know how much sound travels. Talking too loud can have you worried that the neighbors will be upset with you, so it can be very difficult to pursue any hobby or career that makes a lot of sound. Show More Summary
Papercraft master Aliaksei Zholner made this exquisite pipe organ entirely from paper products. Here are his build notes, written in Russian. (via Laughing Squid)
They aren't your ordinary brown cardboard boxes — although your cat is bound to love them all the same. These, in fact, are baby boxes: cardboard bassinets given to new parents, with a bundle of baby clothes, towels, toiletries, andShow More Summary
A man who recently moved into a rented apartment in the Austrian town of Graz was astonished when he stumbled on a cardboard box containing six neat bundles of €500 notes in the cellar. The cash totalled €269,500.
A new program in New Jersey aims to reduce infant mortality by distributing tens of thousands of so-called baby boxes.
Turns out you can make a camera from just about anything. Even a cardboard box with a hole in it. Because the process is so simple (as long as you're not expecting to compete with Hasselblad), it gives creative people a lot of leeway to experiment with the photo-capturing process. Like, say, replacing your lens with thousands upon thousands of straws. More »