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Paper

Playing Card Notebook

Playing Card Notebook

Notebooks made from 52 specially-printed playing cards, left blank on one side for writing, then bound together on one edge. The outer cover has the Queen of Hearts and the Ace of Spades.

Walking Paper Robot

Walking Paper Robot

Countless precisely-cut strips of paper and tiny gears comprise this amazing mechanical marvel – a biped robot assembled entirely from paper, a few wood dowels, and powered by rubber bands.

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Financial Architecture

Financial Architecture

Artist Jill Sylvia creates incredible models of structures such as the New York Stock Exchange, the U.S. Treasury and the Capital using sheets of financial ledger books with holes cut out of them.

Paper Prometheus

Paper Prometheus

Travis Betz (aka TheReceptionist) tipped us off to his take on the trailer for Prometheus, using nothing but ink, paper, glue and tape. Maybe Hollywood should try this technique instead of 3D.

Papercraft Bugatti Veyron

Papercraft Bugatti Veyron

While most of us will never be able to afford the $2 million+ dollar pricetag of an actual Veyron, we can live vicariously through this intricate paper model you can cut out and build for yourself.

Cutout Paper Art

Cutout Paper Art

It’s amazing what artist Patrick Gannon is able to accomplish with textured and carved paper. Each work pieces together a beautiful land filled with the creatures of his fantastic imagination.

Folding Paper

Folding Paper

While we learned from the Mythbusters that folding paper more than seven times isn’t impossible, but extremely difficult. But if you could fold it 45 times, guess what would happen?

Pie Graph Sticky Notes

Pie Graph Sticky Notes

Make your to-do lists more specific – or at least more eye-catching – with Poketo’s Pie Graph sticky notes. Use them to divide tasks, offer different choices or doodle different pies and pies charts.

45-Foot-Long Paper Airplane

45-Foot-Long Paper Airplane

Tuscon’s Pima Air & Space Museum built a paper airplane that was so big it had to be lifted and launched by helicopter. The 800lb. plane hit a top speed of 98mph before it crashed to the ground.

Longest Paper Airplane Toss

Longest Paper Airplane Toss

Former UC Berkeley QB Joe Ayoob and airplane builder John Collins recently set a world distance record with a flight that never left its hangar at McClellan Air Force Base; he tossed a paper airplane over 226 feet. (Thanks Triston!)

MOO Luxe Business Cards

MOO Luxe Business Cards

Digital print house MOO steps up their game with their luxurious new business card line, printed on super-thick 32pt Mohawk card stock, with four-color printing and a color sandwiched in the middle.

Lazy Bows Wrapping Paper

Lazy Bows Wrapping Paper

Troubled by the complexity of tying a bow onto gifts? You might want to go with Fred & Friends wrapping paper for the lazy man, which pops a bow right off the paper, thanks to (included) 3D glasses.

Paper Airplane Notepad

Paper Airplane Notepad

Tap into your inner distracted schoolkid with this paper airplane notepad. Simply write your note on one of the 5 different paper plane designs, fold along the dotted lines and send your message.

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Insect Origami

Insect Origami

Multi-talented artist Brian Chan from the MIT Hobby shop has created a wonderful award-winning collection of complex, intricate origami insects, made from uncut, single sheets of paper.

Enough Said Pop-Up Cards

Enough Said Pop-Up Cards

Make your greetings stand out from the Hallmark-infested deluge that your loved ones will receive this season with these pop-up cards by Alessandra Mondolfi. There’s even a card for your enemies.

The Walkalong Glider

The Walkalong Glider

Using a piece of cardboard to create a smooth updraft, this MIT genius is able to fly a paper airplane nearly a 1/4 mile before it runs out of steam. Find out how here.

Alexander the Grape

Alexander the Grape

You wouldn’t be laughing at Muppets this week if it weren’t for the genius of the late, great Jim Henson. Here’s a look at Henson’s early days – a charming 1965 paper-cut animation recently uncovered.

Paper People

Paper People

Artist Nick Georgiou uses discarded newspapers and books to create humanoid sculptures and paintings, each with a personality all its own. Each one is sort of a memento to the gradual death of paper.

Fill-in Thank You Cards

Fill-in Thank You Cards

Saxton Hale would approve of these versatile thank you cards. Just in time for the coming gift-receiving – okay, and giving – season. Show people just how grateful you are, i.e. not so much.

Paper Portraits

Paper Portraits

Could paper be the new pointillism? We think there’s a good chance, especially after viewing this intricate series of three portraits made from tiny paper rolls by Anant Nanvare for Conquerer Paper.

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Jennifer Collier’s Paper Devices

Jennifer Collier’s Paper Devices

Artist Jennifer Collier carefully bonds, waxes, traps and stitches cardboard, thread, and road maps into contemporary textiles; that “fabric” is then fashioned into pristinely detailed everyday objects.

Utility Card

Utility Card

An all-occasion greeting card that works exactly like the Universal Wrapping Paper. Contains over a hundred well wishes, and even comes with a cheat sheet for the extraordinarily lazy.

Miniature Tree Carvings

Miniature Tree Carvings

Artist Kylie Stillman breathes new life into dead books by skillfully carving out silhouette-like tree designs. It’s all the more interesting when you remember where paper comes from.

Cut-out Leaf Art

Cut-out Leaf Art

Spanish-based artist Lorenzo Duran puts plain old leaves through a painstaking process of washing, drying, molding and careful cutting away to create his precise and detailed art.

Walls Notebook

Walls Notebook

If you’re a closet graffiti artist, avid doodler or if you just hate blank paper, the Walls Notebook is for you. Has 80 pictures of New York City walls waiting to be your page, board or canvas.

Hand Paper Shredder

Hand Paper Shredder

A 6″ x 1 1/2″ paper shredder that doesn’t require an artificial power source to operate – simply twist both ends in opposite directions to make it shred. Just don’t let kids get their hands on it.

Hey A**hole Notepad

Hey A**hole Notepad

(NSFW: Language) An efficient way of dealing with the people who give you grief. This notepad has a pretty comprehensive checklist of complaints, from laziness to mooching to being creepy.

Switch Notes

Switch Notes

Sticky notes on the fridge door going unnoticed? Time to switch tactics – get Switch Notes and be more aggressive with your reminders. Or just punch a hole through a pad of Post-Its.

Kris Trappeniers Paper Art

Kris Trappeniers Paper Art

Paper sculptor Kris Trappeniers creates pristinely twisty and complex portrait stencils – truly gorgeous art in and of itself – then completes each piece on canvas with spray paint or acrylics.

Rejection Letter, Circa 1875

Rejection Letter, Circa 1875

Check out this vintage rejection letter from journalist Lafcadio Hearn to his paramour; their relationship ended when she sent him a photograph of her in a low-cut dress. Harsh. (Thanks Billy!)

Rapping Paper

Rapping Paper

If you’re gifting a rap or hip hop fan, take it up a notch and pimp it with Rapping Paper. Each sheet contains the lyrics to a classic rap song. Limited selection, but if you like Run DMC, you’re set.

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