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  • May 3, 2016
    This is the Pizza Box Pizza available from Vinnie's Pizzeria in Brooklyn. Previously: their $5 pizza slice with smaller and smaller pizza slices on top. Clearly Vinnie's is an innovator when it comes to pizza. I like that about them. Sure the Pizza Box Pizza will probably t... / Continue →
  • April 28, 2016
    These are the cardboard cat houses designed to look like seven different architectural landmarks from around the world (the Kremlin, Sphinx, Taj Mahal, White House, Pagoda, Mayan Temple and Eiffel Tower). They cost around $44 for one landmark of your choice provided they meet ... / Continue →
  • April 20, 2016
    Box Kitty is a set of modular rugged cardboard pieces (they're scratch and waterproof) that attach via Velcro so you can build your cat the cardboard castle of his or her dreams. They're currently crowdfunding via Indiegogo and the most basic set starts at $55. I'm going to b... / Continue →
  • December 18, 2015
    This is a time lapse of Elliot the cat tearing up a box over the span of three months, filmed almost every day, one second at a time. He really loves biting off pieces of that thing. You know, I used to have a cat that loved destroying boxes. Unfortunately, those boxes were ... / Continue →
  • November 20, 2015
    This is the full length Star Wars Force Awakens trailer remade in its entirety for like $40 (previously: the teaser trailer version). It's weird to think Disney has spent hundreds of millions of dollars to make the real thing, when these guys did it for the cost of a single fa... / Continue →
  • October 23, 2015
    Katris is a series of modular cardboard cat scratching blocks in the form of Tetris shapes, designed by Papercraft Lab. When stacked, they can double as shelves, tables, or anything else you want a cat to knock things off of. Multi-functional, Katris is a cat climbing tree, a... / Continue →
  • October 16, 2015
    This is a series of photos taken by Amsterdam photographer Max Siedentopf featuring the random cars he pimped out with cardboard. Apparently Max wanders the streets at night customizing stranger's cars with cardboard and and masking tape. Admittedly, some of those mods are pr... / Continue →
  • October 15, 2015
    In Where The Hell Was This When I Was Growing Up news (jk jk, I got to go to Space Camp), Adventures In Cardboard is a series of 1-week summer camps where kids get to design and build their own armor, weapons and castles out of cardboard. Man, I f***ing love cardboard so much ... / Continue →
  • May 28, 2015
    This is a video of nine cats (because eight is never enough) exploring a cardboard box maze. Except it's not really a maze, maze usually have tunnels. This is just a bunch of cardboard boxes set up in a 5 x 4 grid. Still, the cats do seem to enjoy exploring it. You know wha... / Continue →
  • January 8, 2015
    Because real human skulls are expensive (I own two), these are the 'Vince' laser-cut cardboard human skulls. You put them together yourself, and cost $40 for a 2.5" version, and $100 for a 6" version. Just don't go using one in a potion that calls for a real skull or it's goi... / Continue →
  • November 3, 2014
    This is a video of the MechWarrior 'Sunder' costume father Ryan built for he and his son, Geraint. It is infinitely better than any of the parent/child costumes at the party I went to, but that's because there weren't any children. Or parents. It was really just me playing t... / Continue →
  • October 22, 2014
    This is the polygonal skull mask design created by Etsy seller Wintercroft that can be cut and folded out of cardboard or heavy card stock. You can purchase the instantly-downloadable PDF template HERE for $7. Oooooor convince yourself that's entirely too much to pay, and try... / Continue →
  • April 4, 2014
    How much for the slippers? This is the full set of wearable Iron Man armor 20-year old Kai-Xiang Xhong built out of cardboard. So, technically, it's Cardboard Man armor. Although -- only Iron Man's original armor was actually made out of iron. Now it's like, nano-particles ... / Continue →
  • March 28, 2014
    This is the t-rex chase scene from Jurassic Park recreated entirely out of cardboard, markers, and bad acting by the folks at CineFix. I also embedded a side-by-side comparison with the original so you can see just how closely they nailed it. Way better than I would have done... / Continue →
  • February 26, 2014
    Alternatively, paint a refrigerator box. This is the cardboard stand-up TARDIS available for $225 pre-order from Urban Collector. That's a lot of money for cardboard. It's for people who don't have the carpentry skills to go to Home Depot and build one out of wood. Still, t... / Continue →
  • January 2, 2014
    Come hither. This is a paper t-rex optical illusion that appears to follow you with its head as you walk around it. Cool, but I still want one of those creepy paintings that follows you with its eyes as you move around the room. "Don't masturbate paintings" I call them. Kee... / Continue →
  • December 23, 2013
    These are a bunch of pics from Cardboard Box Office, a photographic series by new parents Libby and Leon, who recreate scenes from classic movies with their son, Orson. In case you couldn't tell from the sweded quality, all the scenes were created using only objects they alrea... / Continue →
  • August 21, 2013
    This is a life-size version of Jack from the Mass Effect universe made entirely out of paper by Deviantartist Tankball. As I'm sure I've told you before, I actually tried to romance Jack in Mass Effect II but didn't understand that once you set up a romance it doesn't happen u... / Continue →
  • April 8, 2013
    It even has a princess to save! You know what sucks about cubicles? Everything. But at the very top of the list is definitely how hard they make it to pretend you work in a castle. Thankfully, one intrepid DirecTV employee solved that problem by converting his cubicle into ... / Continue →
  • September 14, 2012
    This is a recycled cardboard bicycle built by Izhar Gafni. It can allegedly support a rider up to 300-lbs (although their ass will engulf the seat) and is unaffected by water or humidity because it's been coated with anti-water and humidity stuff. I'm scientific! In an articl... / Continue →