Joe Wilson is a duct-tape master and all-around entrepreneur who has been profiled in scores of North American newspapers, including the Los Angeles Times, the Chicago Tribune and the Detroit Free Press. He is frequently interviewed on radio talk shows and lives in Guelph, Ontario.
It's back -- with more tape and more projects: 18 projects using the do-it-yourselfer's not-so-secret weapon.
NASA has a written policy that requires every space shuttle mission to carry at least one roll of "the gray tape." Duct tape now comes in designer colors, and for the color-shy there's a transparent version. The once-humble tape has hit the big time, and now there are duct-tape clubs, competitions and websites. In the words of Red Green, head possum on the PBS-syndicated The Red Green Show, "Spare the duct tape, spoil the job."
In this instructive, entertaining and downright funny how-to book, Joe Wilson shows how to rip, cut and fold ordinary duct tape to make 18 amazing projects, including:
- Barbecue apron
- Tool belt
- Cell phone holder
- Baseball cap
- TV chair caddy
- Raingear for pets
- Toilet roll cover
- Halloween masks.
Ductigami is more fun than a crossword puzzle, more useful than a welder's certificate, and more durable than a rechargeable battery. With duct tape it's easy to create a remarkable personal gift for any occasion.