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This week’s Art and Design week on Maker Camp produced some great hangouts and lots of cool projects from the growing Maker Camp community on Google+. You’re a member, aren’t you? Have a look at some of the projects and art makers made this past week and stay tuned for Maker Camp Monday as we kick off DIY Music week.

Ari Bari began a paper mâché project a few weeks ago and it’s finished now for all to see. Nice work! It gives me some ideas of faux taxidermy I might make with my kids for their rooms.
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As promised, a picture of my mounted paper mâché unicorn head. I love the whimsy it adds to a room!

From maker Grace Kelly:
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My ‘cereal box’ robots from Day one of Art and Design week at Maker Camp. I didn’t have any empty cereal boxes or other boxes lying around, so when I watched the hangout, I used their idea of the coffee cans. Mine is an italian waiter – he actually is very fun for holding candles in the palms of his “hands.” This project was superfun!

We had a blast hanging out with Lumi’s’ Jesse Genet. She posted this for a little added inspiration to get you making.

Print your own galaxy with Inkodye! Here’s a nifty project we did using Inkodye that shows you how to use multiple colors to create a space effect.

Maker Anastasia Surguladze has posted some great stuff. Like this lamp and 3D drawing:


Our DIY rope bracelets were a big hit. Here’s what Jenna Alma came up with:
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And finally here’s a cool spin art project from our own Kelley Benck:

See you next week!

Stett Holbrook

Stett is a senior editor at MAKE with abiding interest in food and drink, bicycles, woodworking, and environmentally sound human enterprises. He is the father of two young makers.

He is also the co-creator of Food Forward, a documentary TV series for PBS about the innovators and pioneers changing our food system.

Contact Stett with tips and story ideas on:

*Sustainable/green design
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