How I created my makerspace’s inexpensive, suspended LED signage
The Rainbow Lightbox uses an array of mylar tubes to create beautiful pixelated shadows of color and light. It's pretty fun to play with!
Hydro dipping is the process of transferring images from hydrographic film onto nearly any 3D object by floating the image in a tub of water.
In two easy steps, you can use these free downloadable stencils to decorate your windows for the winter holidays.
This number generator squiggles the numbers it produces as a flurry of random lines in an artistic interpretation of abstract art.
Fairly easy to make, this project is perfect for kids or for providing a simple means of showcasing how minor variables will create unique geometric art.
Jason Suter was assigned the simple task of making a night light for his soon-to-be-born baby girl’s room and, as is his norm, he got a bit carried away.
This minimalist decor uses magnets to make a plant hover and spin. Use whatever box and planter you'd like for a unique look.
TL; DR: Rainbow = awesome. Please click through for instructions.
Buckminster Fuller’s “Dymaxion” Projection allows someone to unwrap a spherical map of the Earth onto a flat plane with surprisingly little distortion.
Build your own manual low-tech music box from random knick-knacks that you can find around your house or buy for less than $10.
Make this Mother's Day special with a beautiful decoration piece. Your mom will like it even more if the two of you make it together.
Liven up a floral arrangement with tie-dyed flowers you can do in a day.
download and cut this cool customizeable octopus lamp
Pull the string to see Makey dance and do jumping jacks!
Use a moldmaking process to sculpt a clay form and then cast a traditional porcelain doll that's completely handmade and unique.
An archway of balloons is a fun, eye-catching addition to any party. Learn the basic techniques and start sculpting your own balloon creations!
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