I recently had the pleasure of seeing an exhibit of Robert J. Lang’s exquisite origami at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center in Austin. If you’re not familiar with Mr. Lang’s work do yourself a favor and check out the wonderful documentary Between the Folds, which aired on PBS a while back and featured numerous other origami artists such as the master himself, Akira Yoshizawa. Robert J. Lang also has a TED talk where he discusses his process in greater detail. (more…)
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From MonkeyInADryer, the folks that brought us the Cereal Box Archive, comes one of the best tributes I’ve seen to the late, great boardwalk-turn-television huckster Billy Mays. AttaBoy has an impressive gallery of downloadable patterns for making your own hexagonal paper bobble-head dolls of such B-list celebs as Frankenberry and Mayor McCheese as well as pop-culture favs Margie Gunderson (ya betcha!) and Boba Fett. They’re even throwing a contest to use their downloadable AttaBoy templates to design and submit your own paper bobble-head. Remember paper, scissors and glue? Anyone? Anyone?