Tag Archives | Papercraft

…Paper Taco Trucks from Goopymart look delicious?

Paper Taco Trucks

Goopymart’s series of Paper Taco Trucks serves up some serious orders of awesome.

Each one can be printed from home, and then you just cut and fold the truck to form your own desktop toy that oozes kitschy style.

Just don’t come crying back to me when you’re on your third order of printer ink for the week!

[Flickr – Goopymart – Paper Taco Trucks]

[Via: Laughing Squid]

…Papercraft engines are impressive?

Papercraft V8

I’ll never really understand the people that can dedicate hours, and even days of their life to doing something as seemingly useless and mundane as building a paper model of something else, but when that paper model is a WORKING model of a V8 engine that weighs more than six and a half pounds, then I guess I can cut them some slack; since it’s actually pretty damn cool:

[Yee’s Job – Paper V8]

[Via: Jalopnik]

…The Hipster Grifter is foldable?

The Hipster Grifter

If you’ve read The New York Observer’s profile on Kari Ferrell, AKA The Hipster Grifter, then you’ll definitely appreciate the art that goes into making a paper foldable version of her that you can make yourself.

Just print, cut and fold to make your very own, but watch your wallet when you’re around the final version, because you never know…

[The Hipster Grifter Papercraft]

[Via: Cubeelog]

…It’s Movie Monday: The Seed?

The Seed

Johnny Kelly’s ‘The Seed’ uses a combination of stop motion, papercraft and 2D animation to create a short that shows the fantastic journey a seed goes through from birth to death to birth again.

You can watch the movie HERE, but also be sure to check out the making of video below, as well as the Flickr Photo Set of Johnny’s work.

[Nexus Productions]

[Via: Like Cool]

…Papercraft scientists and game consoles can be fun?

If you’ve been bitten by the papercraft bug, but can’t seem to find enough ways to feed it, then check out the Papercraft Scientists and Papercraft Game Consoles.

The Scientists feature Albert Einstein, Carl Sagan and Charles Darwin:

Papercraft Scientists

And the Game Consoles include the Commodore 64, the Atari 2600, and the Pong Arcade:

Foldskool Heroes

Each one can be made at home by printing out the pattern, cutting and folding the figure according to the instructions.

[Papercraft Scientists Via: Neatorama]

[Game Consoles Via: Gizmodo]