coonymoony:

Paper folding: fezA few days ago I found a paper folding book at a local flea market. Imagine my surprise when I turned to page 10 and it had instructions for a fez. Obviously I had to buy it and make an edit. 
Book by Rudolf Arnold Verlag 1972
click here for a version with the German instructions

coonymoony:

Paper folding: fez

A few days ago I found a paper folding book at a local flea market. Imagine my surprise when I turned to page 10 and it had instructions for a fez. Obviously I had to buy it and make an edit.
Book by Rudolf Arnold Verlag 1972
click here for a version with the German instructions

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theniftyfifties:

A Minneapolis teenager photographed by Jerome Liebling, 1953.

theniftyfifties:

A Minneapolis teenager photographed by Jerome Liebling, 1953.

(Source: wehadfacesthen)

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archiemcphee:

Brian De Vitis took an R2-D2-shaped cooler and transformed it into an incredibly awesome multi-console gaming system. It contains eight consoles (we can identify controllers for the X-Box, Sega Genesis, PlayStation, NES, SNES, N64, Dreamcast, and Atari systems), a sound system, and a projector.

Brian began by simply modifying the cooler to make it look more like the droid we all know and love. Then came the process of gutting his consoles and arranging their motherboards inside the droid body so that all of the controllers could plug into their corresponding inputs from the front. The projector is mounted inside of R2’s dome, just like the droid’s actual projector.

We wouldn’t be surprised if R2-D2 wishes he could play games from all of these classic systems in addition to, you know, repairing starships, other droids and conveying secret messages and plans and so on.

Click here for more photos and updates about Brian’sR2D2 Video Game Droid

[via Engadget]

Holy crap.

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