Caine’s Arcade: Cardboard Boxes, Creativity & Crowdsourcing Inspiration

April 11, 2012

Checking out my Twitter feed this morning, I came across multiple status updates from tweeters raving about Caine’s Arcade– a short film about a 9 year old boy who created his own handmade arcade using his imagination, determination, and cardboard boxes from his dad’s used auto parts store in East LA during his summer vacation.  The film created by Interconnected’s Nirvan Mullick, is definitely a must watch and share!  I want to visit and get a fun pass!

You can learn more about the film at, including ways to follow, donate to Caine’s College Fund, operating hours of Caine’s Arcade, and information on future screenings.

It’s so awesome to see the power of social media and crowdsourcing being used to share and celebrate Caine’s amazing creativity! Keep the good vibes spreading!


One Response to “Caine’s Arcade: Cardboard Boxes, Creativity & Crowdsourcing Inspiration”

  1. Sally-Ann Says:

    I just love him to bits – what a great kid, and a welcome recognition of the fun kids can have with cardboard boxes!

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