If you’ve done all these tipsters with film canisters and for some reason, still have an ungodly amount left over, here’s a new project for you!
For some rooms and most apartments, you’ll need a room divider. It’s not expensive by any means, but it’s not exactly aesthetic either. This tipster isn’t the most practical one out there to do, but doing so shows a commitment to recycling, upcycling, and the analogue lifestyle!
More than 1,000 film canisters. Beg and cajole your friendly neighborhood labs!
A drill or a big, sturdy needle – basically something to poke holes in the canister
Plan first how tall you want the divider to be and lay it out on paper or on your computer.
Poke 2 holes on the canister. One on the far left and on the far right.
Alternating between the left and right holes, thrust the rods in the canisters.
Rinse and repeat until you have your desired height and width!
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If you're in Singapore between 28 June to 9 September, you might want to check out the Singapore International Festival of Arts. This year, SIFA's curatorial theme is "Enchantment." Prepare yourselves for an inspiring immersion in art and culture!