Many of us have long known that duct tape can fix almost anything that’s broken, but now this Duct Tape Engineer Book shows you that it can also be used to construct a multitude of things. With a subtitle of “The Book of Big, Bigger, and Epic Duct Tape Projects,” it promises to show you how to build everything “from backpacks to kayaks, writing desks to rocket launchers.”
Not only can you use duct tape to build almost anything, these days there are so many different kinds of duct tape that you have total control over the style. There is every color under the rainbow, hundreds of patterns and textures, logos of all your favorite sports teams, and even graphics like Super Mario Bros. The design possibilities are endless, and this book will help get you off on the right path with 14 different projects.
In Duct Tape Engineer—the book of Big, Bigger, and Epic Duct Tape Projects hands-on educator, master tinkerer, and author of Rubber Band Engineer, Lance Akiyama breaks away from table-top crafts and shows you how to design, sculpt, and build backpacks, kayaks, catapults, a queen-size bed, and even even a writing desk and chair with duct tape.
These fourteen projects are designed to be long-lasting as well as fun, and include advice on solid construction techniques and even weather proofing. Packed with full-color illustrations and easy to follow instructions Duct Tape Engineer will make the perfect gift for any maker on your list.