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Origami FSM

Published September 2nd, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

I want one

Meterdown features this folded-paper FSM on their list of 20 Awesome Sci-Fi Origami creations. Aside from the fact that the FSM is for-real, not fiction, I love this. There are no instructions, unfortunately. I’m still going to try and make one.

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Black velvet art

Published August 16th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

I am a black velvet artist and I recently painted the Flying Spaghetti Monster. I’m pretty sure that another loyal Pastafarian has done this in the past, so I stylized the great FSM to mimic the old Game and Watch LCD game, OCTOPUS.

It is set in the Pastafarian heaven, with a stripper factory and pirate ship (sadly, I had no room for the beer volcano).

Like any good velvet painting, it glows in blacklight. ;) I hope ya like it!
-Kyle

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Sock Summit wood carving

Published August 5th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

Tracy

The kate is done and ready for the Sock Summit fiber festival in Portland, Oregon next Thurs-Sun.

Everyone who’s seen it loves it! I drew my own artwork and if I make another, there are changes I’d make, but on the whole I think it came out well. Feel free to post, and if anyone asks, my company’s booth will be #216 at Sock Summit (Portland Convention Center).

Oh, and for those folks who don’t know, a Lazy Kate is a tool hand-spinners (spindles and/or spinning wheels) use to ply yarn. You spin singles on several bobbins (one is shown below) and then when you ply, you use the elastic cord to tension the bobbins so they all move at the same rate, and you move the spinning wheel in the opposite direction and keep the yarn twisting uniformly. If you look at store-bought yarn you can see it consists of several strands, and a kate helps you get the twists even as you ply.

-Tracy

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stained glass

Published June 28th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

My mom is pretty much the coolest mom ever and made this for my college apartment in Lubbock, Texas, which is straight up Bible belt. His Noodliness watches over us while we eat our dinners consisting mostly of ramen (being poor college students).

RAmen

Pastafarian Randi

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Lyllia’s tattoo

Published June 26th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

I got this today, thought I’d share it.

-Pastafarian Lyllia

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FSM Eggs

Published June 16th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

A little late for Easter but I just found this picture on the internet and had to post it. These eggs were made by Pastafarian Jamie.

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etch-a-sketch drawing

Published May 24th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

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FSM Heaven by Pastafarian Damon

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