From low-tech/low-budget to using a laser cutter, David Picciuto shows you two ways to get started with leatherworking:
Bob Clagett produces a functioning, inexpensive desktop-sized arcade machine, all using less than a single sheet of plywood:
Ana and Jacob White give you a tour of a rolling tiny house they built for a client. It's loaded with space-saving design tricks, and also has a plumbed bathroom:
La Fabrique DIY designs a cool speaker-equipped under-shelf tablet mount, for bedtime movie-watching:
Sandra Powell's back, this time tackling an entryway remodeling project:
Here in Part 2, she adds the finishing touches:
This one reminds me a lot of ID school. Linn from Darbin Orvar improvises her way through creating a lamp, starting with raw materials and adjusting as she goes:
This week Laura Kampf experiments with a leftover piece of Plexiglas to create a sign:
Linn creates a series of knife handles out of epoxy (and a few with wood), experimenting with adding different colorants:
Thanks Rain for including me!
Ugh, that tiny home is such an incredibly ham-fisted build. Why do so many mobile tiny home builders insist on using such clunky, heavy building techniques? This market is so ripe for disruptive engineering and thoughtful design, please someone guide me to someone that's doing it right.
Love the epoxy knife a lot
I’m a lapsed industrial designer. I was born in NYC and figured I’d die there, but a few years ago I abandoned New York to live on a farm in the countryside with my wife. We have six dogs.
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