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Lunar sample scale cube Papercraft

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This is a replica 1" scale cube to those that are used to show size and orientation of lunar samples at the Lunar Receiving Lab. These original scale cubes are made of machined, anodized aluminum, with engraved markings filled with baked enamel. This model accompany with 2 paper-replika.com scale cubes, 5 cm and 3 cm.

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Earth Hour Papercraft

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This year, Earth Hour has been transformed into the world’s first global election, between Earth and global warming.


For the first time in history, people of all ages, nationalities, race and background have the opportunity to use their light switch as their vote – Switching off your lights is a vote for Earth, or leaving them on is a vote for global warming. WWF are urging the world to VOTE EARTH and reach the target of 1 billion votes, which will be presented to world leaders at the Global Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen 2009.

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Sebilj Fountain - Sarajevo Building Papercraft

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If you are in Sarajevo start your day at Sebilj (from Arabic depicting a kiosk-like public fountain) or as visitors frequently call it “the pigeon square”. Sebilj is a wooden fountain built in the centre of Baščaršija square in the 1891 according to the architectural project of Czech architect Alexander Wittek. It is one of the symbols of Sarajevo. There is an interesting legend behind the Sebilj fountain in Sarajevo. It is said that once you drink its waters, you can never leave Sarajevo for too long. Sebilj comes from Arabic word "Sebil" which means "road." Built in a pseudo-Moorish style, Sebilj along with Vijećnica (the City Hall) represents one of the city’s most recognizable symbols.

There used to be another sebilj built in 1754 by Mehmed-pasha Kukavica, but it was burned down in 1852. [Wikipedia]

Sebilj Fountain

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The Nazi Bell (ufo nazi conspiracy) Papercraft

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Die Glocke (German for "The Bell") is the name of a purported top secret and highly sensitive Nazi scientific technological device. The only source of this theory are the books of Polish aerospace defence journalist and military historian Igor Witkowski, which claim it to be a secret weapon, or Wunderwaffe. The topic has been popularized by Nick Cook, Joseph P. Farrell and conspiracy theory websites, associating it with Nazi occultism and antigravity or free energy research. The device was first claimed to exist by Igor Witkowski, in his Polish language book Prawda O Wunderwaffe (2000, reprinted in German as Die Wahrheit über die Wunderwaffe), in which he refers to it as "The Nazi-Bell". Little was known or reported on regarding the device until it was popularized in the English-speaking Western world by Jane's Information Group's British aviation editor, journalist and author Nick Cook, in his book The Hunt for Zero Point. Interest grew, and Witkowski's book was translated into English in 2003 by Bruce Wenham as The Truth about the Wunderwaffe. Information about the device has been further spread and speculated on in works of American authors Joseph P. Farrell, Jim Marrs and Henry Stevens. [Wikipedia]

Designer - Author Note : I have to remove the swastika sign on the initial page of this model because our friends in germany would be in trouble if that sign still visible due to their law restrictions related to that Symbol. I am as the designer and the author of this model want to apologize regarding that matter, and I really do not aware of this. Thanks for friends in Germany that remind me, all the best - Jules

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AV-98 Ingram - Patlabor Papercraft

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Patlabor (a portmanteau of "patrol" and "labor") refers to Mobile Police Patlabor, a manga franchise created by Headgear, a group consisting of director Mamoru Oshii, writer Kazunori Ito, mecha designer Yutaka Izubuchi, character designer Akemi Takada, and manga artist Masami Yūki. The manga received the 36th Shogakukan Manga Award for shōnen in 1991. The popular franchise included a manga, a TV series, two OVA series, three feature length movies, and a short film compilation, named Minipato because of its super-deformed drawing style. The series has been adapted into video games and licensed products from OST to toys. Patlabor is known for using mecha - designed by Yutaka Izubuchi - not just for police or military purposes, but also for industrial and municipal jobs.

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