• cubeformeboxpatrickbuddha The Last Cubes

    We’ve made a very tough decision. After over a year of operation, the time has come for CubeForme’s monthly subscription to wind down. This December will be the last month, with the Finale Cube. Don’t get us wrong, it’s been a wonderful journey. Overall, we’ve been very happy and very proud to put together the […]

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  • Heliclockter New Destinations

    Tragedy has taken many forms throughout the course of history and literature: unrequited love, fallen heroes, untimely death. Regrettably, this list continues to grow in new ways to this very day. And one contemporary tragedy known quite well by the CubeForme team as well as many others in the community: a failed print. Seeing something slowly […]

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  • 13128739_1162732163745707_1743207743_o Time Flies

    It’s hard to believe that it’s already been a year and we’re now on our sixth monthly box. Time really does go by quickly. With the summer rapidly approaching, the team has spent some time reflecting on CubeForme’s progress. We’ve recognized a huge issue in our manufacturing process. Even outside of the time when our […]

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  • LabyrinthClockBackground Spring Forward, Indeed

    Winter may just be arriving in Westeros (when the show last left off anyway), but the opposite holds true for the real world. Spring has arrived, and March was a rather exciting month for CubeForme. In these past weeks, we’ve seen much more traction and new opportunities. Our featured designer for March was Kirby Downey, a legend in […]

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  • iconicla Iconic Indeed

    Kyle here. A few days ago, I shook hands with a billionaire. Bob Parsons, the founder of GoDaddy and YAM Worldwide, is as hilarious as he is successful. Parsons was just one featured speaker at iCONIC: LA, the entrepreneurial conference I had the pleasure of attending. Throughout the day, speakers such as Bob Parsons, Marcus […]

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  • cfblog1 From Pokémon to Starting a Business

    Back in the second grade, all Nick and I ever did was talk about Pokémon. The majority of recess each day was dedicated to brainstorming a machine that would create Pokémon in real life. Although we never ended up inventing that machine, the passion for creating and innovating never left us. Nine years later, Nick […]

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