Flip side: deep fried printing and sunny side out

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Written on 31/07/2015 | Posted 2 years 6 months 21 days ago

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While researching each week for the vital news and opinion that we deliver to your inbox and Twitter feeds each day, we tend to stumble across all of the wonderful, wacky and worrying ways that people use the technology we write about. From a packet of wool that looks like sheep to KFC creating a bucket of chicken that prints polaroids, here is the best of our strange discoveries this week for you to peruse when you really should be working. (NB: You can keep up to date with the latest oddities over on our Facebook page).

Monday 27th July: Medieval miniatures

Historical Atlas has teamed up a 3D print company to create a minuscule model of Medieval Cyprus, including fiddly...

Posted by Output Magazine on Monday, 27 July 2015

Typographical troubles

Are you team Arial or Helvetica? Apparently you should be neither, as both are bad for email:

Posted by Output Magazine on Tuesday, 28 July 2015

Wednesday 29th July: Deep fried polaroids

Other manufacturers can move aside – there's a new printer in town, and it comes with fried chicken:

Posted by Output Magazine on Wednesday, 29 July 2015

Thursday 30th July: Nice package

We love these creative packaging ideas! Our favourites are the bearded rope men, scrunchie divas and woollen sheep. Ten points go to whoever can guess which Outputter likes what!

Posted by Output Magazine on Thursday, 30 July 2015

Friday 31st July: Cloudbusting

Here's a little something to cheer you up this Friday morning: a photographer has gone around Dijon piecing together massive prints of sunny skies on the side of buildings.

Posted by Output Magazine on Friday, 31 July 2015
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