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Dirkon - The Paper Camera []

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DIRKON – THE PAPER CAMERA During the 1970s, magazines published in Communist Czechoslovakia were controlled by the state, like the majority of other enterprises. Very few good magazines were available and were difficult to get hold of, so people would borrow and exchange them when given the opportunity. This also applied to magazines aimed at young people, which was probably one of the reasons why almost everyone from my generation, when we get on to the subject of pinhole cameras, has fond memories of the cut-out paper camera known as Dirkon*, published in 1979 in the magazine ABC mladých techniků a přírodovědců [An ABC of Young Technicians and Natural Scientists].

Corbis Readymech Cameras

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craftershock - all things crafty.

Craftershock is your source of all things crafty. We seek out and showcase the work of talented crafters of all types. We also offer tutorials, project ideas, and a handy guide to craft fairs and events. If that's not enough -- the crafts we create are for sale in our shop! We love audience participation! If you want to see your goodies on Craftershock, send us a message at showcasethis [at]


Cool Hunting: Tatebanko Paper Diorama Kit

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Appealing to my weakness for dioramas and DIY paper projects, these kits also are a mini lesson on Tatebanko, the forgotten Edo-era Japanese art of creating perspectives from paper. They come in either a snowy scene representing a painting by the master Hiroshige or in a version of Hokusai's wave. Designed and printed in Japan by It's a Beautiful Day (the group leading the Tatebanko revival), the kits feature metallic accents and hidden surprises.