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Fairy Tales books on Archive

Fairy tale is a fictional story that usually features folkloric characters (such as fairies, goblins, elves, trolls, witches, giants, and talking animals) and enchantments, often involving a far-fetched sequence of events. The Internet Archive highlighted seven fairy tale books with … Continue reading

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Hieronymus Bosch’s birds papercraft

Hieronymus Bosch is on the top of my list of painter that I think had a disturbed brilliant mind. His paintings full of bizarre and scary creatures are an example of how far can go the human mind and how … Continue reading

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The Future of Ideas is now CC Licensed

The Future of Ideas is now Free, announced Lawrence Lessig, Creative Commons CEO, on his blog on 15th January. Now, “The Future of Ideas“, is available to download under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial license, as his other three books, “Code … Continue reading

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Sunday Papercraft Links

Oh, what a lazy day is Sunday. I always heard that people love Sunday, but I never was a huge fan of it. It isn’t a productive day for me and it goes too fast. On Sundays I have a … Continue reading

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Junkoseven

The toy junkie, web designer and “amateur” photographer Charmaine Noellie, aka Junko Natsumi, shows her excellent work which joins her two passions at Junkoseven. Presenting her photographic works, there are three series: The Pony Project, Urban Medium & Spider, and … Continue reading

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Flying Pig

What to do when a rainy day destroys all your plans? Stay at home and do some cool paper craft! And I already know a nice story to buy great automata paper models and kits: Flying Pig. Not only know, … Continue reading

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Charles Chaplin On-line I: 1914

After Bela Lugosi, Buster Keaton, Dziga Vertov, now is the time of Charlie Chaplin. Sooner or later I would end up making a post about him. I’m doing it now because circumstances helped, and in this case they mean Internet … Continue reading

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Van Beuren’s Tom and Jerry

Before the popular cat and mouse pair Tom and Jerry, there was the Van Beuren’s cartoons of Tom and Jerry. At those cartoons, two guys starred a series of bizarre adventures paying plumbers, musicians, fishers, etc., with a similar style … Continue reading

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Buster Keaton on-line

I have always been a huge fan of Charlie Chaplin and for a long time I knew him only as the king of silent comedies. Many years later I discovered other legends: Harold Lloyd, Max Linder and Buster Keaton. I … Continue reading

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Calendars for 2007

A new year demands a new calendar, right? I did my last calendar, and the one before it, with the models of 12 sided calendar page. You can choose the language, the format to save to print (PDF or PostScript), … Continue reading

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