31 January 2007

Print and play

I'm collecting links again. This week, I'm focusing on printable art and stuff to play with...

Fwis*Readymech Series features free printable flatpack toys. I love it!

The Word on the Street is an online collection of nearly 1800 broadsides, and it includes downloadable PDFs. Totally, utterly cool.

It's not printable, but you'll get some great art ideas at the video, Stencil Art 101.

Flowers at ZeFrank.com... Go play! It's simple but charming. (It took me a few minutes to figure out how it works. Now, I'm hooked on it.) It makes me want to cut out stencil shapes from origami paper, and make them into mandalas or something. Seriously.

Levitated is another site to play at, but it's more high tech and a little bit psychedelic. Okay, some of the "games" there are just plain weird... in an artsy-techie way, of course.

And, it has nothing to do with the rest of this, but I want a website like Dave Werner. It's multi-media heaven.

Update: My friend Faith let me know that she has a page of cool stuff that you can print out and play with, too: http://hometown.aol.com/faithduck/printables.html

I found another cool printable paper toy: Optimus Prime, a transformer-type robot that changes into a truck.


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