Nálepka “paper”


Tissue Series

Anatomical cross-sections in paper

by Lisa Nilsson [interview]

The Magna Carta Essay: It’s Still ALIIIIVE!

Back in 2005 I did an evil, evil thing. Discovering the proliferation of websites where student plagiarists could copy essays, I wrote a Trojan horse paper about the Magna Carta and seeded it on a few plagiarism sites. The essay is basically wrong from beginning to end. Amongst other silliness, it claims that King John’s titles included Duke of Hazzard, and observes that “peasants were reduced to eating burage and socage.” It also invents a fictitious war against Flanders Fland (a region on the coast of Luxembourg) and cites such scholarly tomes as Bollock and Maidenhead’s classic Interminable History of the English Law.

Every once in awhile, I google a few phrases from the paper to see how it’s gettting along in the wild. Over the years, the two seed essays I planted have spawned a dozen or so Google hits at various disreputable sites. Sometimes they even want you to pay to see the whole text. However, for years I had no idea if any student had actually handed the thing in.

Until tonight.

Yulia Brodskaya

A stop motion about the history of stop motion


Tracking and reshaping of humans in videos (SIGGRAPH Asia 2010)

Curious breakfast

Marshall Alexander

Paper engineer

Free toysPrint, Cut, Fold, Glue. And have fun!

Jeff Nishinaka

Surf an Origami Hang Glider on a Wave of Air

People Too


Papercraft Game Boy

Dan Bergeron

Face of the City

Video Games Recreated as Dioramas

Paper automata kits

Feeding time at the ZOO