Makeably is a place where new things get made and where every product is customizable and remixable by you (home decor, cool gadgets, toys, art, and more). We bring together users and makers in an environment that encourages individuality and creativity. Stop by and say hello to our team, check out some of the coolest creations our users and makers have made, and celebrate the maker in everyone!
Storytelling art inspired by puppetry & butoh. A sculptural garment map on how we can save ourselves, ban fracking from making our drinking water radioactive & carcinogenic, stop Spectra, & prevent a fire devastation in NY.
Pittsburgh Art Car is a "most wanted" themed demolition derby car that evolves in each city. Participants have mugshot taken & used to decorate the art car while experiencing demolition derby via a video installed in the car.
See life-size photographs of people surrounded by their entire city transformed into pop-up buildings! Learn how to build a basic pop up on the spot to take home! The magic of pop-ups is that flat paper becomes entire cities!
Come Hack-a-Puppet! Puppet Phactory wants your puppet to be the next big sensation! All puppets will be considered for a Pop Up Playhouse performance of "Momma Junk" in February 2014 in New York City.
Visitors to the Purina ONE booth at Maker Faire will have the opportunity to create and invent their own do-it-yourself (DIY) puzzle feeder projects to help enrich the feeding experiences of their cats; gather inspiration from the DIY wall u2013 a gallery of projects created from Purina ONE's cat community; and interact with a fun and shareable area at the booth. What you feed your cat is just as important as HOW you feed your cat. Cats are designed to hunt for their food, and while domestic cats have it much easier they still benefit from the stimulation that comes from the hunt. Incorporating a puzzle feeder in addition to a bowl encourages your cat to work for her food, stimulating her mind and body and helping her live her True Nature.
The Reverse Abstraction series begins with a simple premise: that humans and computers perceive the world through different languages, and what is concrete for one is abstract for the other. The objects and shapes so familiar in human art can be neither perceived nor conceived by computers in their original form. Likewise, the codes that are so familiar to a computer are merely scattered symbols to human sensibility. The Reverse Abstraction series attempts to bridge the gap by constructing traditional objects in dual forms: as the classical object and as the hexadecimal and binary codes that represent them.
Based in Brooklyn, NY, Solidoodle makes quality 3D printers that are affordable and easy to use. With rugged steel frames, heated beds on most models, large build areas (6" x 6" x 6" and 8" x 8" x 8"), and prices between $499 and $799, it's no wonder it has shipped over 6,000 printers to satisfied customers in over 60 countries since starting out in late 2011.
As making itself takes on new cultural currency, it is an important moment to consider why we are driven to make, and why we make what we do. At Rhode Island School of Design, students make questions, ideas, and objects that define a new form of critical thinking - an interactive dialogue between mind and hand that we call "critical making." Like the artistic process itself, it is deeply introspective, passionate, and often provocative
Many of us hope to change the world—or another person's perspective—with the things we make. This talk will explore how RISD's critical making helps bring us closer to these aspirations.
The Art of the Brick Exhibition by Nathan Sawaya, now open at Discovery Times Square is proud to display the "Melting Man" made completely out of LEGO bricks in celebration of the Makers!
At the Metropolitan Museum of Art, all our works were made by makers! Come learn how you can use modern tools to interact with our collection, and some ancient techniques you can apply to your new projects!