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302: Pereira’s Jack In The Box

Posted by wonko on October 29, 2011 in boxes, humanoid |

If you were ever after proof that “magic happens”, here’s your proof: This masterpiece of design by Hugo Pereira is a Jack-in-a-box, complete. those who have been keeping up with this blog will remember a previous Jack in the Box by Max Hulme and I must admit I like this one better. The design engineering […]

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287: Fuse Box (Small Flowers)

Posted by wonko on October 15, 2011 in boxes, geometry |

Tomoko Fuse is a genius in designing intricate boxes: this is called “Small Flowers” because of an incidental pattern the overlapping edges make, sort of looks like aflower. I made it in colour only because a monochrome version would not have been remarkable. The lid and the base are each comprised of 4 pieces of […]

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280: Infinity Cubed

Posted by wonko on October 7, 2011 in boxes, geometry |

Now I got thinking about infinity, as you do, and that I could beat it by cubing it, then a modular idea struck – make an infinity out of cubes: So I began collecting business cards – white on the back, and performed 2 simple bends (and ONLY 2) per card – then explored ways […]

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262: A Dead Man’s Chest

Posted by wonko on September 19, 2011 in boxes |

Ahoy me Hearties, so today be International Talk Like A Pirate Day, so I looked for somethin’ suitably Piratical t’ fold in celebration. I decided on a Treasure Chest by Robyn Glynn, a lovely folded and pleated folly that looks like it be made o’ planks o’ wood, has a curved top and a rather […]

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237: Fuse’s Triangle Box

Posted by wonko on August 25, 2011 in boxes |

Tomoko Fuse is renowned for her intricate boxes – this one is a version of her triangle box: A modular, top and bottom each made up of 3 modules that interlock and lace together to create a curious container I must explore these modular boxes some more, when I have more time, quite happy with […]

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199: Lego Block

Posted by wonko on July 18, 2011 in boxes, geometry |

Now I like a good challenge, but this was a little beyond the pale: I have seen photos of this model less than half as big and I am buggered if I can work out how you could fold it that small as I struggled at this scale. A fascinating exercise in box pleating that […]

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187: Spiral Box

Posted by wonko on July 6, 2011 in boxes |

Looking at the plethora of boxes I still have to fold, it is difficult to select just one. I chose this spiral box because the spiral on the lid is echoed in the construction of the bottom: A rectangular box (as opposed to square) that cleverly tucks away flaps inside itself to make a sturdy […]

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166: A Vase

Posted by wonko on June 15, 2011 in boxes |

I like this container/vase a lot: It self-locks, is water tight and could be used … to … put things in I guess. the best bit is that you control the size of the base, and therefore the height of the thing – nice and useful for … things 😛

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148: Fujimoto’s Hexagonal Box

Posted by wonko on May 28, 2011 in boxes |

Looking at the options for the box for this month, I stumbled across a design For Fujomono’s hexagonal box and decided to give that a twirl, literally: A realtively simple fold that is stunningly beautiful – the hex swirl inside and out has a skirt that locks itself into the base – design genius that makes […]

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133: Brill’s Bottle

Posted by wonko on May 13, 2011 in boxes, domestic |

I would rather have a bottle in front of me than a frontal lobotomy: A fully formed container, neck, base, hollow and interesting I like this design, and was sure it would not work – forming the neck and pleating the base to seal it make it a very clever model indeed. Folded from the […]

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