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  • March 20, 2015
    This is a video of the Eizzy Folding Table designed and built by Izzy Swan of Think Woodworks. The 20" x 20" x 30" box breaks into two stackable pieces, and folds out into four stools and a table. Perfect for picnics! What do you say we make some sandwiches and grab a couple... / Continue →
  • May 8, 2014
    This is the $28 Hobo Eat Kit. "Yummy!" Dammit Hannibal, it's not a kit for eating hobos. It's basically a Swiss Army Knife with spoon, fork and knife utensils. Plus all three can be separated from each other so you can use them simultaneously. Because nobody wants to have ... / Continue →
  • August 22, 2013
    Brass knuckles: if you use them in a fist fight it's cheating and I will stab you because if you're going to cheat I'm going to cheat even worse. The first rule of fighting is if you break a rule there are no rules anymore. Trust me, I used to do MMA. No I didn't, but I did ... / Continue →
  • November 15, 2011
    Brian Chen, best know as the origami expert who created these Batman, Iron Man andWall-E models, is back at, this time WITH FOLDABLE UKULELE KITS OF HIS OWN DESIGN. This soprano-sized kit, which takes "about half a day" to construct will set you back around $85, or you can get... / Continue →
  • June 17, 2011
    Brian Chan, an origami enthusiast best known for his takes on Iron Man, WALL-E, the Montauk Monster, and just being an all around paper-folding badass (yes, those exist) created this paper Batman forever (get it? Like that 1995 turd 'Batman Forever'!) ago, buuuuuuut I'd never... / Continue →
  • January 18, 2011
    Ever wanted a clear canoe or kayak so you can see what's going down in the water below you? Personally I've always been too scared, especially if it has anything to do with sharks. Still, when I was a kid I did throw fish-food on the floor of a glass-bottom boat, so there's t... / Continue →
  • September 17, 2010
    Want a wedding band created using the same 'mokume gane' technique as authentic samurai swords? You're in luck! But also out of luck because you're getting married. There's only one way out of this: I'm gonna have to cut your ring finger off. Ready? HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII-Y... / Continue →
  • June 30, 2010
    Paper that folds itself: knowing the Japanese, it's probably what they had in mind when they invented origami BUT I DON'T LIKE IT. This is a demonstration of a sheet folding itself into a boat, then a plane. MAKE UP YOUR MIND, DECEPTICON! Researchers embedded the pre-creased... / Continue →
  • April 2, 2010
    NOTE: Video is after the jump. Robots, as you should very well know, are heartless killers just waiting for the opportune time to cut off our fresh water supply. And this is one that folds laundry (great tie-in GW!). Slooooooowly. This is a video of the beast folding five p... / Continue →
  • March 19, 2010
    Geekologie Reader Edward J, being the intrepid lil' experimenter that he is, mixed-and-matched the president's faces on currency notes because he wanted to know what Honest Abe would look like without an honest beard. Kissable, that's how. A while ago I was having a slow day ... / Continue →
  • December 18, 2009
    The Keystick is a keyboard that folds into a stick when not in use for ease of transport and beating people. It was designed by Yoonsang Kim & Eunsung Park and I hope you know when I say it folds into a stick that that it's more like a ruler and less like a tree branch. Just ... / Continue →
  • October 21, 2009
    This is a LEGO scene constructed in the form of a pop-up book. It's absolutely amazing and has a giant pagoda that folds together in the middle. I couldn't even imagine building something so impressive so I'm just going to hang my head in shame and cry into this pile of DUPLO... / Continue →
  • August 28, 2009
    Junior Fritz Jacquet is an artist that loves working with paper and has created a series of small masks by bending and folding empty toilet paper rolls. Good looking, Junior (we named the dog Indiana). I really think this is testament to the creativity of the human mind. It'... / Continue →
  • August 4, 2009
    24-year old inventor Dominic Hargreaves has designed and built a bike that folds up to the size of the bike's wheels. Not as impressive as a bike that folds up into its own squeaky horn, BUT NOT EVERYONE IS THIS GENIUS. "I couldn't find a folding bicycle I liked...I wanted so... / Continue →
  • May 26, 2009
    German artist Simon Schubert folds pieces of paper into beautiful pictures of, uh, stairwells. Each piece takes about a week's worth of work and can sell for up to $6,000. *gathering neighborhood kids in a wagon* Arts and crafts time at the Geekologie Writer's house! "Most o... / Continue →
  • October 28, 2008
    Won Park folds dollar bills. And so do I. But while he folds his into Star Wars and Star Trek ships, I fold mine in half the long way and give them to strippers. Obviously, we're equally talented. That's a $3 Millennium Falcon in the picture being pursued by what I suspect ... / Continue →
  • August 8, 2008
    Remember Brian Chan? He's Geekologie's Folder In Residence. Well this morning he wrote to let me know he singlehandedly solved the Montauk Monster mystery: It's a single piece of folded paper! ZOMG, government conspiracy! This just proves the point I've been trying to ma... / Continue →
  • June 25, 2008
    Brian Chan is now Geekologie's official paper folder in residence And he's hard at work on original designs to showcase at his exhibition table at this weekend's Origami USA Convention in New York. He stayed up all night working on this WALL-E, and as you can see, he's looking... / Continue →
  • June 13, 2008
    Ah yes, another plane for the drug-smuggling readers out there. The ICON A5 is actually a luxury aircraft aimed at rich people that have more money than they know what to do with and don't want to bother going through all the training required for a regular pilot's license. ... / Continue →
  • June 3, 2008
    If there is one thing I hate at a birthday party it's a creepy-ass clown. A close second are magicians. But after magicians come balloon animal makers. And not just because the one I hired for my college graduation party got drunk and swung his little balloon covered unit ar... / Continue →