Paper Pub #5: Papel Continuo Logo

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Introduction: Paper Pub #5: Papel Continuo Logo

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This adorable little printer papercraft comes from the spanish web blog Papel Continuo.  For those of you who don't know, Papel Continou is advertised as a "Design, art, music, popular culture and freakismos retroactive." (translated as per Google Translate) Indeed, the site is a truly fascinating read, not only do they report on new art styles and fashion and music but they also apparently love retro and geek culture too.  I HIGHLY recommend it to anyone who enjoys Thinkgeek or Anthropologie and even though it's in Spanish, it will make you want to learn it.

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The model for this comes from Papel Continuou's extensive Flickr feed: http://www.flickr.com/photos/papelcontinuo/44633014/  It's an amazingly cute yet simple model and should take any skilled papercrafter only 5-10 minutes.  It's pretty much all geometric cubes (Rhombus!) and is fairly simple squares. The only semi-difficult part is the mouth, since you have to use an Xacto knife to cute at mouth and top of the body to feed the paper through.  I suggest cutting this section and feeding the paper through BEFORE you glue the body- it will make your work that much more easy.

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    5 Discussions

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    karramarro
    karramarro

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Hey! Thanks for the instructable. I made this printable years ago and made me happy to see it alive again :)

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    gwebisu
    gwebisu

    8 years ago on Introduction

    I am tempted to make it in super tiny form from light cardstock, put a pin on it, and wear it

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    poofrabbit
    poofrabbit

    8 years ago on Introduction

    This is so darn cute! I can remember those old school printers with the feed holes. Just awesome. I also am excited you shared the website, I'm a huge fan of Thinkgeek so anything with similar tastes is up my ally!