By Cory Doctorow at 7:10 am Tue, May 17, 2011
X-Wing Fighter from Office Supplies
The force is permanent in this one.
I would prefer something with warp drive. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysTMByWXphQ
We like so much these plane. But when it go into production? And can be strapped to each foot right? Can we buy two please.
even i can work that out and i am baked.
right, we have there a:
Sharpe marker used as the main body of the X wing
Pencil Sharpener cockpit
2 x bulldog clips as the wings and base
4 x biro lids for the engines
4 x crocodile clips for the lazers on the ends of the wings
think thats all folks
Office supplies… what are these “office supplies”?
i didn’t know they still made those brass paper holders anymore. how retro.
Not in my industry. (The entertainment one.) Every TV show and motion picture from the depths of the last century all the way up to next week binds its scripts with two (never three) Solid Brass Fasteners just like these. Even in largely paperless productions that utilize a Virtual Production Office, and distribute memos, schedules, scripts and revisions electronically as .pdf files, they have yet to eliminate the actual paper script for key production personnel, actors, directors, and especially script supervisors. My office uses these things more than actual staples.
to be clear, what are these “office supplies” of which you speak?
I just added brass fasteners and pencil sharpeners to our office supply request list.
Using the Empire’s own supply lines against them. Brilliant!
What’s the purple part on top, and what is the base made out of? I can identify everything else.
Glad to see that 512MB memory card finally fulfilling its destiny.
is that a spam link user:aqhe? from .ru? no, thanks.
also, this tie fighter is awesome awesome awesome.
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