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Moleskine® Star Wars™: The Origami Battle

Moleskine celebrates a pop icon of our time
http://www.moleskine.com/starwars

Credits:
director: Alex Orlowski
creative director: Daniela Fuggetta
animator: Lula Gomez
sfx: Gadi for Solo studios

agency: www.youlovehome.com

Video Game in a Box

It’s a video game in a box!

Using a Teagueduino and a few inputs and outputs, we put together a physical side-scrolling video game. To control it, there’s a knob on the side. As time advances the game gets faster and faster — can you avoid all the obstacles and make it to the end?

Watch the second half of the video for an overview of how everything is hooked up.

And if you’re curious about Teagueduino and want to buy one, support the project on Kickstarter:
kickstarter.com/​projects/​teague/​teagueduino-learn-to-make

Star Wars Fan Builds Giant R2D2 Model

From the man who brought you the awesome duct tape AT-AT comes one of the coolest R2D2 models ever made.
Len Komanac, better known as DarthLen,  onFlickr, loves to build detailed models of Star Wars icons, using  cardboard, duct tape and glue. His detailed AT-AT model became an online  when photos of it hit the interwebs, last year, and now he’s ready to  wow you once more with a giant replica of everyone’s favorite droid,  R2D2. Towering at 96 inches/240 cm, this free-standing sculpture is made  from cardboard, silver HVAC tape and blue duct tape.
Len was kind enough to send us a list of the materials he used to  complete his masterpiece: 4 fridge boxes, 5 AC boxes, 3 dryer boxes, 3  rolls of blue duct tape, 1 roll of aluminum tape, 52 glue sticks, 1 can  of white paint and 2 sharpie pens. He worked on it for 50 hours.  This  supersized version of R2D2 will be showcased at the “Dr. StrangeLen or  How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Make the Art” exhibit, in Lethbridge,  Alberta, Canada, so if you’re in the area between July 16 and September  2nd, don’t miss the chance to check it out.

(vía Oddity Central)

Star Wars Fan Builds Giant R2D2 Model

From the man who brought you the awesome duct tape AT-AT comes one of the coolest R2D2 models ever made.

Len Komanac, better known as DarthLen, onFlickr, loves to build detailed models of Star Wars icons, using cardboard, duct tape and glue. His detailed AT-AT model became an online when photos of it hit the interwebs, last year, and now he’s ready to wow you once more with a giant replica of everyone’s favorite droid, R2D2. Towering at 96 inches/240 cm, this free-standing sculpture is made from cardboard, silver HVAC tape and blue duct tape.

Len was kind enough to send us a list of the materials he used to complete his masterpiece: 4 fridge boxes, 5 AC boxes, 3 dryer boxes, 3 rolls of blue duct tape, 1 roll of aluminum tape, 52 glue sticks, 1 can of white paint and 2 sharpie pens. He worked on it for 50 hours.  This supersized version of R2D2 will be showcased at the “Dr. StrangeLen or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Make the Art” exhibit, in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, so if you’re in the area between July 16 and September 2nd, don’t miss the chance to check it out.

(vía Oddity Central)

Bike 2 by EyalR on Flickr.
Via Flickr: Motorcycle designed by Ryo Aoki. I folded another motorcycle,this time smaller: Stand from Yellow Tant paper size 15*7.5cm. 2 wheels from black Tant paper painted silver the other side,size 15*15cm. Body from red Tant paper painted black the other side,size 24*24 cm.

Bike 2 by EyalR on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Motorcycle designed by Ryo Aoki.
I folded another motorcycle,this time smaller:
Stand from Yellow Tant paper size 15*7.5cm.
2 wheels from black Tant paper painted silver the other side,size 15*15cm.
Body from red Tant paper painted black the other side,size 24*24 cm.

2012 Audi A7 - Papercraft

I was commissioned by Audi of America to create a 4 foot long papercraft replica of the 2012 Audi A7 for their announcement of this vehicle and display at the 2011 New York Auto Show.

Studio photography by Ivan Lesko, ivanlesko.com

Music composed and licensed by Wimer Hazenberg, monokai.nl

For more on this and my other artworks visit visualspicer.com

(by Taras Lesko)

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