We take pride in nurturing a community at Core77 full of amazingly talented and thoughtful designers—which is why we've organized a contest so you can show us what you've got.
One awesome new feature of our 2016 Core77 Designing Here/Now Conference is the incorporation of workshops led by Core77 community members. In the spirit of celebrating the depth of knowledge in skill here at Core77, we're throwing the "Teach Me Something" Video Contest. If you win, you'll be scoring 2 free tickets to the conference Thursday, September 29th in L.A.!
With one week left to enter, here's a friendly reminder to get busy and show us your stuff.
Submissions have been flying in and we've already chosen a few semifinalists to throw in the running for the grand prize. Here are a few examples of what you guys have taught us just this week:
How to Route a Circle
LA-based Base 10 Furniture's clear and concise tutorial for how to make a perfect circle in wood using a router and jig has us itching to get into the wood shop—a clear standout of the week!
How to Make a Sawdust Stove
The awesome Germany-based maker and YouTuber Laura Kampf offered up a few of her DIY projects for the contest—one of our favorites? A camping stove made simply from a metal coffee can.
How to Center Your Drill Bit AKA "The Wiggler"
A simple tip from designer Joshua Dycus helps you center the bit on your drill press 100% of the time, every time.
Thanks to everyone for your awesome submissions so far, and remember you've still got one week left! The "Teach Me Something" Contest closes next Friday, August 26th at 11:59 EST. What are you waiting for? Show us your stuff!
Post your video on Instagram or Twitter with the hashtags #Core77sGotTalent #core77con OR on our Facebook Event Page Wall and you might just win!
Learn more about the contest and rules here!