Leave it up to the creative Izzy Swan to come up with a small wooden crate—just 20" x 20" x 30"—that unfolds into a table for four, complete with seating:
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Alas, someone on Facebook—we won't link to them—snagged the video and posted it to their page as linkbait, without giving Swan credit. This weekend Swan discovered this was going on and contacted them, to no avail; multiple clickbait Facebook accounts then also started "hosting" the credit-free video, which had swiftly gone viral, clocking over a million views.
In desperation Swan re-released the video above, this time with his watermark on it, and appealed to his Facebook followers for help. They swiftly barraged the offending pages and within an hour, comments to the video were filled with credit and links back to Swan, and the million-plus-views account finally revised their post with Swan's name.
Sadly, the video with Swan thanking his followers for pitching in only has 3,182 views, versus the million-plus for the pirated video. It's a sad comment on our society that people like seeing cool things, but seem completely uninterested in who created them.
Izzy Swan, by the way, is selling plans for his Eizzy Folding Table here.