Lead artist of Five Ton Crane's Nautilus submarine art car, Sean Orlando, poses within its handmade interior.
From the Playa to Maker Faire, the diesel-powered Nautilus art car is always a hit.
Super Awesome Sylvia watches Evil Mad Scientist's Windell Oskay adjust a WaterColorBot before Maker Faire opens.
Spark the Demon, created and worn by Phil Burgess, also a senior designer with our friends at Adafruit.
Hands-on lessons in the Radio Shack Learn to Solder tent.
Make Labs fabricator, Dan Spangler, adjusts the fuser at the Make booth in the center of Maker Faire's Expo Hall.
Demonstration of static electricity at the Jack Sparx booth.
Gever Tulley, author of Fifty Dangerous Things (You Should Let Your Children Do) and founder of San Francisco's Brightworks school.
The Youth Educational Spacecraft Program is a collaborative art program for youth that gives them time and space to create.
Artist Liz of Tracimoc glues down the first of many comic clippings, chosen and cut out by attendees, that will cover a foam Makey robot by the end of Maker Faire.
Here’s a quick peek at some of the things we saw this morning at Maker Faire.