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40,000 Years of London’s history made entirely of paper

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Fabergé paper Egg

Note: texture modified from the original by 3DTaxi A Fabergé egg (Russian: Яйца Фаберже́; yaytsa faberzhe) is one of a limited number of jeweled eggs created by Peter Carl Fabergé and his company between 1885 and 1917. The most famous are … Continue reading

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Giant RRC in Cleveland

Christopher Busta-Peck at the Langston Hughes branch of Cleveland Public Library built this giant version of my Rolling Reels Circus “for the enjoyment of children and adults alike“. Video by Ron English. It is a work in progress – further work … Continue reading

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“Blue Marble: Next Generation”. Twelve Earth Globes (Christmas Edition)

… In 1972, from a distance of about 45,000 km (28,000 mi), the crew of Apollo 17 took one of the most famous photographs ever made of the Earth. This original Blue Marble inspired later images of the Earth compiled … Continue reading

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Romeo

Romeo was our most beloved cat. He died last year. Last spring we adopted a new kitten, who was lost in the middle of the Karst, where we live. We gave him the name of Romeo, again, because of its … Continue reading

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Amazing Tissue Paper Stop Motion Animals by Yuki Ariga

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Fragile like an egg…

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Coelum Stellatum Christianum (Christmas Ball Ornament)

Merry Christmas Happy 2015 A new year full of paper to cut, fold and glue!

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COELUM STELLATUM CHRISTIANUM (1660)

Whilst Kepler was studying the planets motion, his son-in-law Jacob Bartsch, astronomer, Wilhelm Schickard, the astronomer and professor of Oriental languages at Tübingen, and Julius Schiller (c. 1580 – 1627), a lawyer from Ausburg, together with others were planning the … Continue reading

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Leonardo’s Anemometer

Within the frame of his studies about the flight, Leonardo designed an instrument for measuring the wind intensity and direction. In the so called “thin sheet anemometer”, the wind intensity is proportional to the shift of the thin sheet, measured … Continue reading

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