In this week’s From the Makery roundup: a long read about the art of secret stash compartments in vehicles, videos that explore our world’s landscapes through Google Earth, and what carefully controlled pouring can produce in a latte’s foam.
This week, we bring you an intimate photo essay comparing the most prized toys of children around the world, a couple who took matters into their own hands to carve space for themselves in an expensive real estate market, and one masked man’s crusade to make Mexico City’s streets a little safer.
This week’s From the Makery collection includes a photo essay documenting the impossibly cramped living quarters belonging to low-income Hong Kong residents, a low-cost manufacturing method using a centrifuge, and the best sea-creature-shaped children’s play center we’ve seen so far.
From the Makery is a weekly roundup of inspiring stories of making collected from around the web. Follow our Facebook page or our Twitter feed for daily updates. Wickerbombing Beyond yarnbombing, Ojo Obaniyi of Nigeria has completely encased his VW pickup in wicker – the interior, the body, and the [...]
From the Makery is a weekly roundup of inspiring stories of making collected from around the web. Follow our Facebook page or our Twitter feed for daily updates. Hiding in Public Artist Liu Bolin hides in public. These photographs show him installed and invisible in a variety of city landscapes, [...]
For this week’s installment of From the Makery, we have a photo essay of the rural El Salvadorans who put on a family circus, the beauty and power of repairing your possessions, and a do-it-yourself record made of frozen water.
Here’s what’s cooking this week: desperation being the mother of invention, a group of Syrian rebels built their own armored vehicle, driven by a Playstation controller, a rare shot at freedom of expression for South Korean students, and a trip back to 1974 through images of the earliest Amtrak trains.
This week, we have a bike built from the wreckage of a cluster bomb in Syria, some gorgeous satellite photography of the world’s great cities, and a math-nerd take on burrito origami.
On tap this week: some real-life “Cold Case” drama from Ciudad Juárez, Bangkok’s take on a party bus, and what happens when a hacker buys X-ray machines on eBay.
This week: a tour through Somalia’s turbulent history as witnessed by a print shop’s 45-year cache of documents, a trip to Canada on a two-inch-tall train, and a vending machine filled with surprises for curious readers.