It might look like a stool, but this is actually a book. Designed by Mike Mak, Bookniture’s cardboard honeycomb structure can hold over a ton, and folds up into a book for storage when not in use. Measures 13.5″h x 14″ dia when in use, 13″h x 7″w x 1.5″d when folded.
Give your feline friends something that they can practice their eventual overthrow of the Earth on, like this corrugated cardboard scratching post that looks like a giant skyline. Kittehs need goals too.
David Graham’s Move-it Kit is a recyclable trolley made of self-adhesive cardboard parts. Once assembled, it transforms into a one-off functional cart for parcels of many sizes and shapes.
This insane vehicle was made from PVC pipe, chicken wire, over 900 zip-ties, and a crap-ton of cardboard strapped to a pickup. Total cost: $450. Driving a cardboard tank down the road: priceless.