Posts Tagged ‘plastic’

THE URBAN APARTMENT GARDEN

Sunday, June 22nd, 2014

This post is a reprint of a post by suzene that originally appeared at Fidgety Fingers.

We stumbled upon this on Pinterest. We love this and it looks great. It reads: Great idea for urban living.... Use gallon bottles/jugs and cultivate what you want.. ideal for anyone who lives in an apartment and cannot afford to have his own garden. But do you know that this is not too awesome (Read more...)

The Last Camera : Test Roll

Thursday, October 25th, 2012

This post is a reprint of a post by ndroo that originally appeared at Fuzzyeyeballs.

If you have read my earlier blog entry about my attempt to assemble the Last Camera … you will probably know that I almost screwed up when I was working on the lens assembly. I messed up the elements and had to buzz Jimmy (from ThirtySix) to help check which was the 2nd and 3rd lenses in the p (Read more...)

The Last Camera

Sunday, October 21st, 2012

This post is a reprint of a post by ndroo that originally appeared at Fuzzyeyeballs.

The Last Camera from Superheadz is the latest DIY camera that got some of us all excited and curious about. Picked up a set from ThirtySix yesterday and after Fitzand went to bed … me and my old eyes started work on trying to assemble the many little parts in the package. Due to the many tiny (Read more...)

Jr. Scientist Toy Cam

Tuesday, May 29th, 2012

This post is a reprint of a post by ndroo that originally appeared at Fuzzyeyeballs.

A friend (Lee Jiing … another photography addict) posted a photo of this plastic camera that comes with the Jr. Scientist magazine on Facebook and being curious (as usual) … I dropped him a message and he told me he found it at Toys R Us while shopping for toys for his kiddos. Toys R Us! (Read more...)

3 Days Away, 2 Troubles

Sunday, November 20th, 2011

This post is a reprint of a post by ndroo that originally appeared at Fuzzyeyeballs.

Three days away from home … three (painful) days without internet access … and I reached back here in Singapore with my email account flooded with mails, my blog guestbook flooded with few spam entries trying to sell me Viagra … and in that pile of unread emails … there were (Read more...)

HOW TO MAKE SINGLE USE PACKS FOR TRAVELING WITH SOME STRAWS AND A LIGHTER

Sunday, November 6th, 2011

This post is a reprint of a post by suzene that originally appeared at Fidgety Fingers.

DIY - Single Use Packs, made using straws and a lighter. Great for traveling! This would work for all kinds of other things too - toothpaste, etc. BRILLIANT! From briangreen.net

ART OR JUNK?

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

This post is a reprint of a post by suzene that originally appeared at Fidgety Fingers.

Looks like static to us. But do you know that you are responsible in making this 'artwork'. On close inspection... What are those? Small electronic parts? Capsules? Soft drink bottles... Not sure if this is art in any sense. Made us a little sick.

No Love For These

Thursday, October 20th, 2011

This post is a reprint of a post by ndroo that originally appeared at Fuzzyeyeballs.

While I was still waiting for a good offer to buy my liver so that I could afford the 2 metal editions of the La Sardina, I thought I might have to let go my lungs too when I saw that there are 4 new special editions of the camera. Thank God these 4 designs don’t seem to tempt me much (if at a (Read more...)

3 New Girls!

Monday, October 3rd, 2011

This post is a reprint of a post by ndroo that originally appeared at Fuzzyeyeballs.

It has been a while since I’ve added any new ‘girls’ to my family of Diana F+ clones … and recently three of them were ‘born’. The yellow ‘Buttercup’ and the blue ‘True Blue’ are the latest ones from Lomography and were available at ThirtyS (Read more...)

SOLAR BULBS : A SUSTAINABLE PROJECT MADE POSSIBLE WITH PEPSI BOTTLES

Thursday, September 15th, 2011

This post is a reprint of a post by suzene that originally appeared at Fidgety Fingers.

This video doing the rounds of social network these days shows an inspiring story of how a man brought light to his neighbourhood in Phillipines using empty plastic bottles, water, bleach and innovation. Didn’t you just love it. Lets rewind a bit here and know more about this project. A_liter_of (Read more...)