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Conceived by Ilya Andreev, a graphic designer based in Russia, the Pizza Box Laptop Stand uses a standard cardboard takeout box. While Andreev utilized a local Mama Roma pizza box, any ‘brand’ will do. He has then graphically visualized the folds needed to convert it into a working laptop stand. Like one big, practical origami project, a person then folds it into the Pizza Box Laptop Stand.
Tired of the same old breakfast foods? Spice things up with these healthy fruit tacos.
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The very cool DIY Gentleman´s Survival Kit includes: Hatchet, Match Tin, Kindling Tin, Flask, Whiskey, Kindling, Matches and Leather Straps…
It is an Iron Man hand/gauntlet/arm that has been made to shed light on your desk via the repulsor weapon.
Beautiful and stylish felt wool Desk-pad by burning Love. requires no mouse pad and features a leather strip for holding cards and documents in place…
Sean Murray built this awesome ‘Millennium Falcon Sled’ for his Jedi-in-training daughter.
“The sled is made entirely of cardboard and mounted to a plastic toboggan underneath.”
Artist Chris Gilmour stands in the middle of his cardboard model of London. The 40-foot wide replica of London includes Big Ben, the London Eye and a towering Shard. (Phil Tragen / Barcroft Media)
A Spitfire made out of egg boxes is seen at IWM Duxford, Cambridgeshire, in support of ‘Eggs for Soldiers’ which raises funds for the Help for Heroes charity. The life-size Spitfire took six weeks to make using 6,500 egg boxes, five litres of glue, 5,000 nails, 10 litres of paint and 10,000 staples. Eggs for Soldiers was created in 2011 to raise money for Help for Heroes, 15p from the sale of every khaki green box of six Eggs for Soldiers goes directly to the charity which helps wounded servicemen and women returning from conflict. So far Eggs for Soldiers has raised over £650,000 for Help for Heroes. (Eggs for Soldiers /PA)