Little it matters if it’s half full or half empty, if you don’t leave room for the new you get stuck.
Today I had a friendly but not-so-gently reminder on this matter. Speaking to a co-worker exchanging ideas and impressions on the most recent technologies for our projects, is important to note that after some time out of the workfield I might be a bit outdated in this aspect.
As it became…
Another really interesting project, this time an Origami Compact Shelter. A sustainable idea that occurred to the Australian engineer and entrepreneur Alastair Pryor, that could help homeless people during the winter and also help to cope with other disasters involving people being displaced from their homes.
The collapsible shelter is very lightweight, 16 Kg allowing easy transportation, and…
Hoy me conseguí un lápiz sobre el escritorio… y bueno, ahora tengo un mango :)
Pen & Paper
Green and Maroon one side coloured paper (6 inches)
Metallic paper on different colours (6 inches)
Barbour Stars for the tree!
How good are you with figuring out the appropriate folds to come up with a specific shape? Well, that’s exactly what this origami game called Paperama is all about.
For the old fashioned people out there, you might remember the Tangram puzzles, that consisted on a set of seven wooden (or plastic) pieces all in geometrical forms that must be placed flat on a surface to build an outlined shape.…
This month feature is Mademoiselle Maurice origami, she makes amazing urban installations around the world. Putting together many small pieces of origami figures to create a one big composition using the open space around as a canvas. Walls, stones, staircases, there is no limit.
You can check out her galleryand see where Mademoiselle Maurice has been around, also with indoors installations.…
London City Wild Fox
Brown paper (6inches, one side colour)
Just Me! turned 1 today!