Origami Sticky Notes

January 12, 2009


A little something for those dull moments at the office. Re-cycle your old sticky notes and turn them in to fun 3D models!
There are 10 different origami shapes for you to fold into pattern, with instructions printed on each Post-It sheet.

Extract from SUCK UK

Cat Playhouse

August 24, 2008


Folded cardboard vechicles to torture your cats in…

Extract from Suck UK

Folding Lamp

May 30, 2008


Folding Lamp is made from a 0.8mm sheet of stainless steel pre-scored so all you have to do is fold along the dotted lines. In what order you choose to fold is entirely up to you making each piece a unique item. Excellent way to manufacture, pack, and assemble a lamp too.

Extract from Yanko Design

Fold US Candidate

April 8, 2008


Can’t get enough of watch Hillary, McCain and Obama verbal tackles on TV? Want to be closer to them? Are they your Idol? Or just want to try some voodoo? Now you can a piece of them on your finger with this fold candidate… You can choose any or all of them on the link below.

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Cabbage Chair

March 24, 2008


The Cabbage Chair is created from a wrapped cylinder of pleated paper. A roll of this by-product paper was slit vertically, and a small nest of a chair was revealed by systematically peeling away each layer. Resins used during the original paper production process add strength and a bit of memory to the shaping process, while the pleats themselves give the chair elasticity and a springy cushioning. The Cabbage Chair has no internal structure or framework, nor is it assembled with nails, screws, or additional textile elements.

Extract from nendo

Paper Sculpture

February 17, 2008


Kirsten Hassenfeld sculptures made from intricate paper cut outs, and so intricate at such scale… Click on the link to see more.

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This polish pavilion to be at the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai was design by architects Wojciech Kakowski, Marcin Mostafa and Natalia Paszkowska.

Their building is inspired by traditional polish folk art paper cut-outs. The team sought to create a ‘cultural ideogram’ that would signify the country of origin in an iconic way and focuses on exploring the importance of the personal experience between buildings and people.

Extract from designboom