Now more than ever archives are in a transition, one that offers an opportunity for new potential at a time when there’s nostalgia for old, dusty cardboard boxes.
In a project called the Urban Type Experiment, a Chicago art director is redesigning homeless people’s signs help raise awareness about homelessness as a larger issue. The art director, who chooses to remain anonymous, has been working on the Urban Type Experiment for about eight weeks. Show More Summary
Oh yeah I forgot to post this but I saw this cool cardboard pop out mini stand for Xenoblade 3D at GameStop. pic.twitter.com/rMotPd5sdg — MattmanVer2.0 (@Mattmanver2) 30 maart 2015 Source: Twitter
The inner comic book geek within my nerd exterior is about to go into overload! On May 1st of this year, a movie millions of us have been eagerly anticipating will finally debut and personally, I am STOKED! Naturally, I am referring...Show More Summary
Between shipments for DIY-related work and the ease of online shopping, cardboard is a pretty abundant resource in my home, so I always delight in finding new project ideas that save a box or two from the recycle bin. And, like manyShow More Summary
My childhood bedroom is in transition. Dunes of dry paper have risen around the periphery, trophies sag under veils of dust, certificates curl at the corners. On the floor are piles of old clothes: my parents’ emptied closets, drifting towards the Goodwill store on Route 17. Show More Summary
It will happen like this: you will be sitting on the floor of your kitchen, the linoleum cold against the flesh of your thigh, and around you, a disarray of cardboard boxes and masking tape, chipped dishes and broken plates.
When I was a kid, a giant cardboard box was just about the best toy ever. My friends and I built forts, castles, and storefronts. We used them as sleds, cars, and rockets, and we even got inside them and rolled down hills. (In retrospect, the latter was probably a […] Read more on MAKE The post Cardboard Chuckwagon: DIY Food Truck For Kids appeared first on Make:.
I get self-conscious about collecting when it's mostly a solitary activity for me to hoard cardboard - I have to find ways to keep baseball cards a 'thing' so I can kind of feel like I still have some sort of purpose and not just some kook. Show More Summary
The "Cardboard Bernini" - Before...and Going, Going, Going... Most of us, when we embark on our art careers, hope that we will be making art for the ages. We'd love it if our art would survive us to either enlighten, entertain or inspire future generations. Show More Summary
Some nice tricks to deviate from the norm with your smartphone camera: Drive-by panorama, water-drop macro lens, armless selfies with your headphone cable, cardboard “tripod”, underwater housing, binocular zoom and more Smartphone camera...Show More Summary
Wallace the rabbit has gone from being an incredibly accommodating bunny to acting as a mad king and has demanded that his human provide him with a throne. Following the mandate, his dedicated human built a Game of Thrones-style Iron Throne using carrots and cardboard. It is beginning to feel like spring, but winter is […]
By Darren Smith, Weekend Contributor The Washington State Patrol found a most interesting man in the HOV Lane. Unfortunately, he was made of cardboard A WSP Trooper, working traffic on Interstate 5 near Fife became suspicious of a vehicle traveling in the HOV Lane with a nearly two dimensional passenger. After pulling over the driver, he discovered […]
No longer will you need to abide sitting with empty cardboard trays at your feet.
We've seen cardboard bikes, surfboards and a huge amount of cardboard furniture, but in what must be a world-first, Lue Nuwame—better known as Homemade Game Guru—has created a cardboard treadmill. And it works! Sort of. Built for a fraction of the cost
For this week's Vine challenge, we want to see robots and machines take over. Build a DIY-style cardboard robot, or take kitchenware and create one made out of metal. Action figures and illustrations are fair game, too. Whether retro...Show More Summary
Exactly ten years ago Thursday, an old TV show returned to the BBC after a 16-year hiatus. Expectations were low. It seemed, even to many of its fans, like a low-budget relic from another era Its very name recalled wobbly cardboard sets, rubber-masked aliens, scenery-chewing actors and impenetrable scripts filled with sci-fi jargon. Show More Summary
Interesting, but not successful: In this case the "extra passenger" is—in the unlikely event you don't recognize him—a cardboard cutout of The Most Interesting Man in the World, the spokesman for Dos Equis Beer. The driver was busted...Show More Summary
Have a cardboard box and some popsicle sticks sitting around your house? You’ve already got the basic building blocks for a simple cardboard box loom! You don’t need to spend tons of money on new equipment just to give weaving a try. In fact, you don’t really need to look […] Read more on MAKE The post Learn to Weave with a Simple Cardboard Box Loom appeared first on Make:.
And one of the editions costs more than a plane ticket! News by Raine Winters Image via Pitchfork I’ve jotted book ideas on lots of random objects: cardboard, napkins, my own arm, and once a Styrofoam cup. I’m sure this is a common symptom...Show More Summary