Woodworking artist Matt Jordan turns this lovely piece of oak into a functioning speaker
Of course this exists, it’s the Internet!
Japanese artist, the ‘Crafty Transformer‘, has amassed a large online following for his amazing DIY cardboard creations. Drawing inspiration from popular videos games, anime, and manga, he recreates well-known character gadgets, weapons, and tools. He even provides templates you can download (found in his YouTube video descriptions) along with step-by-step instructions in his videos.…
Rainbow licks all day!
The longest flight was approx. 100 meters or 328 ft!
‘baremetalHW’ revives a Hot Wheels 1971 Bye-Focal from the dead and the end result is pretty impressive!
Star Wars collector and amateur model maker @plasticstarwars found a creative way to make ‘exploding’ ships using cotton balls, LEDs and even some fibre optic lights for ‘sparks’
Skip to 8:05 if you just want to see some boss knife skills
Master woodworker Rihards Vidzickis makes a dugout canoe from a single log using traditional hand tools and techniques
Primitive Technology (best YouTube channel ever) makes a kiln and some pottery using clay from a termite mound