Tag Archives | Cubicle

…It’s Things Thursday: Paper Plane Launcher?

Paper Plane Launcher

Sure, you might not NEED an Electric Paper Plane Launcher, but that doesn’t mean you can’t WANT an Electric Paper Plane Launcher.

The kit, which uses spinning discs to launch your plane at up to 30 mph, takes just one AA battery, and attaches to your desk with suction cups so that you can launch airplanes at cubicles across the room all day without getting even a wee bit tired.

[Urban Outfitters – Paper Plane Launcher]

[Via: Coolest Gadgets]

…It’s Movie Monday: Mark of the Eagle?

Mark Of The Eagle

Mark of the Eagle is a series of webisodes sponsored by the USPS (Yes, you read that correctly; not the brown guys, but the United States Post Office) that emphasize the fact that they deliver…no matter what.

In the first episode, “a letter carrier discovers powerful forces lurking around the cubicles of an ordinary office building, he must find it in himself to overcome these forces and deliver… no matter what”:

There are three more episodes if you like what you see, and if you watch them on MarkOfTheEagle.com, you can even watch them in a widescreen YouTube player that I’ve never seen before, so check it out, and see what the mark is all about.

[Mark Of The Eagle]


…Disaster Dioramas are dangerous papercraft?

Disaster Dioramas Hindenburg

Papercraft, or the art of folding, cutting, shaping and taping paper into physical objects, is often a laborious and tedious process that results in an intricate, yet boring piece of desk adornment.

However, Spitefuls’ Disaster Dioramas are different.

Featuring the Titanic and the Hindenburg (with many more to come, including The Alamo), Disaster Dioramas help you to “spiffy up your cubicle and help alleviate work boredom through a fun activity using common office supplies!”

Disaster Dioramas Titanic

Simply print out the pieces, cut them out, and fold them into shape. Each comes with its own display stand, so you can easily show off the results to your quizzical coworkers.

Now get folding!

[Spiteful – Disaster Dioramas]

[Via: MAKE: Blog]