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Halloween III Magic Pumpkin TV Set Paper Foldable


Bryan from Paper Foldables is celebrating Halloween with a Paper Foldable from the movie - Halloween III: Season of the Witch.

Excited kids everywhere buy the popular Silver Shamrock brand Halloween masks and are asked to tune in on Halloween for the big giveaway! Unbeknownst to them, the Silver Shamrock company is actually a Gaelic cult and have placed a piece of Stonehenge in a computer chip in each of the masks and when the poor kiddies tune in to watch the flashing magic pumpkin, they are going to die and have all sorts of bugs and snakes come out of their heads! Can Tom Atkins stop it??? Happy Halloween!!!

You can download the template for the Halloween III Magic Pumpkin TV Set here:

DCON14: Overlords of the Desert


Aaron Childs (Overlords of the Desert) will be bringing the above pictured robotic bear sculptures to Designer Con 2014, where he'll be selling them at his booth (#226). They are made out of cardboard and tacky glue, and each one features a spray paint base coat and are then hand painted. The sculptures measure about 9 inches tall. They'll be available to purchase at the show for $200.00 each.

Bo the Ram Paper Foldable

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Our friend Bryan recently designed a Paper Foldable Bo the Ram for Limbic Software's mobile game - TowerMadness 2.

The games is described as:

The aliens are back, and this time they’re on a mission to turn your beloved sheep into sweaters for their emperor! The sequel to the hit tower strategy adventure TowerMadness is finally here. Protect your flock using quick thinking and an arsenal of awesome weapons.

You can download your own "BO" here. Then, make one and post a creative photo of it on the official TowerMadness Facebook page to win prizes.

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E.T. 2600 Paper Foldables

Paper Foldable ET 2600

If you were a kid in the 80's, then you probably remember seeing E.T. in the theater. If you remember seeing E.T. in the theater, then you probably remember playing Atari's E.T. videogame. And if you remember playing Atari's E.T. videogame, you probably remember being disappointed.

Bryan from Paper Foldables is helping you relive that disappointment with his newest design - E.T. 2600. And while my experience of being a frustrated 4-year-old constantly falling into a hole that never existed in the actual movie, the game apparently drums up different memories for Bryan.

Remember that crappy E.T. video game for the Atari 2600? Am I the only one who liked it? Well, I made an "E.T. 2600" Paper Foldable of it. I remember getting this game special delivery from my Grandma on my 05th birthday! What a treat! I spent the whole day falling into pits and collecting green pixels (Reese's Pieces) and running away from Elliott when I raised my neck and called him. When I finished collecting all the pieces of the phone, I called my spaceship and went home! I cried every time :(

You can download the E.T. 2600 Paper Foldable template here.

Brittany (Bitch Bugs) Paper Foldable

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Our pal Bryan created this new Paper Foldable for cartoonist Alex Cline, to help promote his web comic, "Bitch Bugs".

As described by Alex, "Bitch Bugs is a comic about two teenage girl bugs and their quest for popularity."

You can download the free Brittany (Bitch Bugs) Paper Foldable .pdf template here. All you'll need is a printer, some paper, scissors, tape, some band-aids for when you cut yourself with the scissors, you'll probably need to order some more ink for your printer...

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Rad Raygun Paper Foldable

Paper Foldables Rad Raygun

The paper toy maven, Bryan, over at Paper Foldables is at it again. He's created a Paper Foldable for Trufun Entertainment promoting their XBLA indie game, RAD RAYGUN.

RAD RAYGUN must travel the world fighting communist robots, and save the 1980′s by shooting his way through 5 decade spanning levels. Ultra sharp 144p resolution graphics and 4 unique shades of monochrome off-green bring Rad Raygun to life, as only 1980′s mobile technology can.

You can check out the game and download the Paper Foldable here.