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DIY Super Sized 122-Inch Flying Paper (Polystyrene) Airplane

Check out this awesome DIY project using polystyrene to create a ‘super sized’ version of the classic paper airplane design. Built by YouTuber The Q, this version measured 310 cm (122 in.) in length. The longest flight achieved was about 100 meters (328 ft). Read more: https://twistedsifter.com/videos/diy-giant-paper-airplane/

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Artist Makes Intricate Animal Cutouts and Lets Nature Fill in the Rest

Faye Halliday is a travelling artist best known for her incredible black marker illustrations. Originally from the UK and currently living in Costa Rica, the artist has amassed huge followings on Instagram and Facebook as she shares her ongoing artworks and creative pursuits. In an ongoing series of illustrated paper cutouts, Faye has been using nature’s vibrant palette to fill in her works and she has been using the results as inspiration for her colored prints and canvases. Below you will find highlights from this series but you can find…

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Local Newspaper Prints Full Color Patterns for People to Wrap Presents With

Photograph by PlanetGG on reddit How awesome is this? Local German newspaper Heilbronner Stimme recently printed not one, but two! full colour, double page spreads for people to wrap presents with. The double-page spread patterns are a great size for wrapping gifts for your friends and loved ones. What a great and useful idea! via PlanetGG on reddit Read more: http://twistedsifter.com/2017/12/newspaper-prints-full-color-patterns-for-wrapping-paper/

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Ink raises $7M to make printing on college campuses less painful

Ink, a Nebraska-based startup focused on revamping on-campus printing, has raised $7 million from VTF Capital, SQN Venture Partners, Invest Nebraska and NE Angeles. This brings total funding to $15 million, with previous participation from advisors Tony Hsieh of Zappos and Greg Silverman of Warner Brothers. If you’re a college student or recent graduate, you already understand exactly how frustrating it is to print on campus. But for everyone else, here’s a quick explainer: Most colleges allow students to print by deploying giant enterprise-scale printers (like you’d find in a law…

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Amazing Hand Cut Paper Animals by Pippa Dyrlaga

Based in Yorkshire, England, Pippa Dyrlaga is an amazing artist that uses traditional papercutting techniques to create contemporary artworks. Most of her works are cut from a single piece of paper and are first drawn out by hand on the reverse side of the paper and then hand cut using a scalpel. Pippa began papercutting in 2010, and has amassed a large online following for her intricate artworks. If you’re interested in prints you can find them for sale on her website. For progress pics be sure to follow her…

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