Marvellous, antiquated, over-elaborate contraptions sculpted from cardboard, timber and tearing paper by Australian artist Daniel Agdag.
All the pieces feature in an upcoming stop-motion short entitled Lost Property Office.
Refold is an adaptable, foldable portable and recycalable cardboard standing-desk created by New Zealand based designers Fraser Callaway, Oliver Ward and Matt Innes – a simple, cheap and clever innovation currently (and understandably) overfunded on Kickstarter.
The design was shown in action last month as part of a TEDxWellington presentation.
Sculpted from cardboard by eye with no blueprints and no plans by Agdag, who just gets to work on his unforgiving medium with scalpels and glue.
Balloon (2010): a lovely cardboard and fabric short by Eric Tu that will make you happy, then sad.
Given away last week as a press freebie at the 2012 Fuorisalone design expo in Milan, this cardboard camera – soon to be sold in IKEA stores – has a USB connector and can hold up to 40 photos on internal memory.
And, inevitably, two weird-looking extra ones you weren’t expecting.