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WHAT?! This is awesome! I would have sooo made these as a kid…
…anyone got any empty 2-liters?
albotas:

A Little Bit On The DIY Jetpack Side: Moosie from Been There, Pinned That made this homemade jetpack for their toddler by spraypainting two 2-liter soda bottles silver and using some tissue paper for the flame. The child’s body was found at the edge of a cliff a few miles from his home. The memorial service will be held next Wednesday. Local authorities are considering a ban on fake jetpacks.
KIDDING!!! Okay, that was pretty terrible, but I’m not sorry.
On the real, though, this is pretty clever and I kind of want to make this for myself.
(via Craft)

WHAT?! This is awesome! I would have sooo made these as a kid…

…anyone got any empty 2-liters?

albotas:

A Little Bit On The DIY Jetpack Side: Moosie from Been There, Pinned That made this homemade jetpack for their toddler by spraypainting two 2-liter soda bottles silver and using some tissue paper for the flame. The child’s body was found at the edge of a cliff a few miles from his home. The memorial service will be held next Wednesday. Local authorities are considering a ban on fake jetpacks.

KIDDING!!! Okay, that was pretty terrible, but I’m not sorry.

On the real, though, this is pretty clever and I kind of want to make this for myself.

(via Craft)

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I'm the Past President of the Jacksonville chapter of AIGA, the professional association for design, and have recently gone solo after co-founding and building nGen Works for the past 6 years. In addition to being involved in the Jacksonville art scene, I'm also a practicing capoeirista. Social media connoisseurs can feed off my Facebook page, while Professional-types can dine on my Linkedin profile. If you're feeling ravenous, though, you can follow me on Twitter (at your own risk). Got a question? Ask me anything.

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