Oh This? Just a Giant Starmap Made By a Hacked 80s Knitting Machine

Australian engineer Sarah Spencer unveiled “Stargazing: A knitted tapestry” over the weekend at the Electromagnetic Field Camp festival.


MIT Bookmaking Course Schools Kids in Renaissance Technologies

Students in MIT’s ‘Making Books: The Renaissance and Today’ build books from scratch, from making paper to constructing a printing press.


Discover the Hidden Treasures of Globe Making

Peek inside the workshop of Peter Bellerby, with one of the world’s most leading fabricators.


DIY Knife Makers Are Getting Sharp on Instagram

These artisans take being on the cutting edge literally.


Biohack Your Sleep with Electronic Mask, 'Napz'

An electronic sleep mask and a video game tackling domestic violence emerge at the V&A's Digital Design Weekend.


I Ate Clouds At The World Maker Faire

The future of food is delicious.


This Artist Is 3D Printing Custom Puppet Prosthetics

Imagine a 3D-printed Pinocchio with a customizable nose. He won't be a real boy, but he'll definitely be futuristic.


These Teen Prodigies Put Your Maker Skills To Shame

These five promising young creators shared some next-level DIY electronics skills at today's National Day of Making event.


Make It Wearable | The Concepts: 16-Year-Old Inventor Joey Hudy And The Maker Movement

In our new wearable-tech series, The Concepts, The Creators Project is investigating various innovators who are designing wearables that evolve art forms and practices to the next-level. In our first Concepts episode, we zoned in...


Make It Wearable | The Concepts: 16-Year-Old Inventor Joey Hudy And The Maker Movement

Meet Joey Hudy, a 16-year-old DIY inventor who's made LED Arduino Shields, conceptualized new smart glasses, and used a marshmallow cannon in the White House.