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Packing Cardboard that Morphs and Fits Snug
The amount of superfluous packaging in almost everything these days is appalling, and cardboard, with is rigidity, falls "flat" (pun intended). Designer Patrick Sung, however, is proposing a new cardboard product that bends and morphs to fit even the oddest-shaped object. With the cardboard's triangular perforations, the cardboard sheets (which as sheets can be flat-packed to their packing source), can bend in almost any direction to protect lamps, bulbs, statues, and other fragile objects. It also works as a sturdy box, however, so the perforations do not jeopardize the integrity of the material (plus, they add a cool graphic element). For now, it's just a concept, but Patrick has branded the product as UPACKS (Universal Packaging System), and will hopefully soon find a way to bring it to a broad market. More details, including contact info for Patrick, here.