Don’t have room to build yourself a massive 1.5m long model of the Millennium Falcon from cardboard? How about a papercraft Falcon made from cardstock that’s no bigger than a business card instead? That’s what Caleb Kraft managed to pull off using impressive hobby knife skills comparable to a neurosurgeon.
It’s probably not a good idea to secure your valuables in a safe that could be easily circumvented by a toddler. Even if it does have a working combination lock. So we’ll just file this papercraft safe under educational novelty.
They may not actually “work” like that folded Leica but these papercraft reproductions of SLR’s, Super8’s and Roliflexes are unique in that they’re themselves constructed from analogue technologies.