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Making a nutcracker from tree boughs

In this video from The Homestead Craftsman, a husband and wife team up to create a revolutionary war soldier inspired nutcracker from what look to be boughs of a tree. And it actually cracks nuts! The entire process, ...

Defacing coins like a British suffragette

Stamped in crude lettering across the head of the king is the phrase ‘VOTES FOR WOMEN’, the slogan of the suffragette movement. The deliberate targeting of the king, as the constitutional monarch and head of the Churc...

A raccoon demonstrates her problem solving skills

Rascal is a tame raccoon who uses her smarts and sensitive paws to open windows, unlock locks, and get to the tasty treat that awaits her. Can she make it through each obstacle? This impressive clip is from the BBC's ...

El Relicario: Abdón Punzo Ángel’s artisanal coppersmithing from scraps

Metalsmith Abdón Punzo Ángel and his family craft award-winning decorative copper and silver objects from recycled materials. El Arte del Cobre, their celebrated multi-generational business, is one of over fifty works...

How art conservator Julian Baumgartner restores damaged paintings

Emma Gaggiotti Richards was an Italian painter who lived from 1825 to 1912. During her lifetime, she painted for royalty, for women's rights activists, for patrons across Italy, and for herself. The painting featured ...

Green Ball Adventure, a Sprice Machines chain reaction

Follow this green ball on an adventure across a series of contraptions and chain reactions set up on a pegboard wall. This new screen link video from Steve Price of Sprice Machines features dominoes, pulleys, levers, ...

Long-tail macaques use stone tools to open shells

Long-tail macaques can be found frolicking in the seas of southern Thailand. It's a wonderful place to play, socialize, and keep cool. It's also the perfect place to enjoy a seafood banquet. These macaques are waiting...

The untold history of ironworking in central & west Africa

In the lush forests of modern-day Central African Republic, sometime between 1800 and 1500 BC, craftsmen are believed to have discovered iron. New evidence indicates that ironworking began in the heart of Africa. ...

Bend-testing laser-cut plywood hinge patterns

Bending a sheet of plywood is made possible when patterns are cut into it. The smaller wood units remain connected while flexing more independently as the piece folds. Laser Artisan demonstrates this hinge-making tech...

Stems, a bittersweet celebration of stop motion puppetry

Building with parts of plants, leftover technologies, and mechanical tidbits, stop-motion animator Ainslie Henderson creates unique puppets that take on a life of their own in his work. This video short, Stems, is a b...

My Father’s Tools and the indigenous art of basket weaving

From finding a bendable Black Ash tree in the forest—"He chooses the specific log based on soil, smell, and even the sound of the tree when you bang on it."—to chopping, preparing, and refining it for weaving, Stephen...

A time lapse glimpse into the Airstream Factory

Travel to Jackson Center, Ohio, where Airstream's iconic silver travel trailers have been made in their factory since the 1950s. This time lapse promo video shares how their team manages large machines and small detai...

Making a celt hatchet and an A-frame hut – Primitive Technology

Though the fella behind Primitive Technology is starting from scratch on newly-bought land, his work is that of an old pro. In this video, he deftly builds a celt hatchet to cut wood for a new 2x4x4 meter (6.6 by 13.1...

The Art of Gem Carving

A brownish-red mineral, a gemstone called carnelian, is cut and carved with modern tools in this 2009 video for a Carvers and Collectors: The Lasting Allure of Ancient Gems exhibition at the Getty Museum: The Art of G...

Going Fishing, a stop motion animation by Guldies

Small campfires that light with a snap. A tree that's chopped down with a tiny axe. Claymation well water that creates a small lake. A fish trinket that's cooked up for dinner. Going Fishing is a short stop-motion fil...

How to make a hexagonal starry sky LED night light

With a leftover piece of wood, lots of drilled holes, flexible LED strip lights and some quick wiring, Linn from the Darbin Orvar YouTube channel demonstrates how she made a hexagonal starry sky LED night light. Do...

How Yodoe oil-paper umbrellas are crafted in Japan

There's a long tradition of making oil-paper umbrellas in Yodoe, a city in the Tottori Prefecture of Japan. The process involves over 70 steps, crafted on a variety of specially-made tools by skilled artisans, includi...

Excavating 101 at the La Brea Tar Pits and Museum

How do paleontologists excavate fossils and what tools do they use? In this video from the La Brea Tar Pits and Museum, Lead Preparator Carrie Howard takes us behind-the-scenes of an excavation where the bones of a sa...

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