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Your Very Own Sad Keanu

As far as papercraft goes, this isn’t the most artistic creation we’ve ever seen. But for those of you who are as artistically-challenged as I am, that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. This simple print-and-cut DIY allows you to have your very own Sad Keanu computer monitor companion. A pair of scissors and a piece of tape should get the ...

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Steve Jobs Papercraft Cubee Captures El Jobso in All of His Boxy Glory

The What Would Steve Jobs Do? Wristbands are simply unneeded if you have the real thing sitting right on your desk. Jay Hauf’s Steve Jobs Papercraft Cubee is free to print and easy to make. With a few folds of high-quality paper, you can have your very own mini-Steve helping to guide your waytowardssuccess. He might be tyrannical and he ...

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Epic Battles: Nun vs. Shark vs. Robot

What happens when you put an iron-fisted nun, a hungry shark and a heartless robot together in one room? Violence and mayhem. While we’ve seen our share of epic battles in the past, this is our first three-way battle. The robot seems to be sort of waiting it out in the back, waiting for his other two opponents to weaken. ...

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Pantone Colored Leather Chair

For people who just can’t decide on an interior color scheme. This Pantone Printed Leather Chair shows off Sif Technology’s ability to print color onto leather. Unfortunately, these chairs aren’t available for purchase. Come on, why is it always the coolest shit that never sees the light of day? High-production cost. Link

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Entertainment Weekly Publishes First Video Advertisement

Entertainment Weekly has become the first print publication to publish video advertisements in the pages of their magazine. Activating similar to a musical greeting card, the video ads start as you turn the page. The first set of ads features 25 minutes of preview content for CBS and advert pitches for Pepsi Max. The video content, technically, has got to ...

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Newspaper Man Fights the Digital Power

Print is seemingly on its death bed. The last rattling breath is barely escaping the industry’s lungs, yet the investors and the journalists continue to hold on for dear life, now only grasping with one slippery and weak finger. But all of this doesn’t seem to phase Newpaper Man, designed by Mark Jenkins in what I imagine to be a ...

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Smell of Books: The Cure for Print Withdrawal

I’m sort of worried that if I invest so much money in a Kindle, I’m going to have some serious tactile and olfactory withdrawal. And I don’t think I’m along. We need to feel the book in our hands and smell the scent that only a newly cracked-open book can emit. “Smell of Books” aerosol spray allows you to simulate ...

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Your Face, My Waist

I have always wanted a picture of myself on my own belt buckle. It’d have the same effect as Steve-O’s back tattoo except I can take it off whenever I want. Kimbra Studios understands my needs. It knows that I’d rather hang pictures from my waist rather than the walls of my apartment. It’s easy to do, too! All you ...

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Robots + Doughnuts = Art I’d Actually Buy

We aren’t quite sure what robots and doughnuts have to do with one another but these prints of robots by Eric Joyner are very cool. Eric has a book coming out called Robots and Donuts, which is a 175 page collection ofhis work for $23. Considering his 17″ x 22″ artistical prints of robots can reach prices over half a ...

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Plastic Logic’s E-Newspaper Debuts

A relatively unknown company called Plastic Logic today unveiled it’s new technology called E-Newspaper. Designed to mimic the look but not the feel of newspaper, it’s supposed to put current versions of e-ink, such as the Kindle or eReader, to shame. The unnamed device will make it’s official debut come January 2009 at the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas (we’ll ...

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