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Sound sculpture installations by Zimoun

With motors, cardboard, wires, sticks, wood, crumpled paper, packing peanuts, fans, and other materials, Bern, Switzerland-based artist Zimoun creates large-scale sound sculpture installations that vibrate and hum. Th...

Denha’s Noisy Marble Machine

Toyoyama, Japan-based marble machine-maker Denha spends almost ten minutes documenting his complex and noisy marble machine. It's a mix of wooden lifts, brass wire ramps, and turning pieces powered by a motor. Though ...

The revealing world of dinosaur poop (coprolites)

In Choteau, Montana, there's a fossil quarry that's famous for an epic discovery: the very first baby dinosaurs found in a nest. This fossilized evidence was pivotal in our understanding of how some dinosaurs raised t...

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, ...

Reconfigurable Ghostkube sculptures

Since we last saw Stockholm-based artist Erik Åberg's Ghostkube project, he's investigated the geometry, creativity, and organic qualities behind these interconnected cubes, building prototypes and exploring ways that...

Building a wigwam, a time lapse

A dome made from tree saplings, grasses, bark, buckskin, cloth, and other available local materials, the wigwam was a seasonal structure used by many Native American cultures in the North Eastern United States. Histor...

Amanda Crowe, Eastern Band Cherokee Indian woodcarver

Amanda Crowe was a prolific artist and educator known for her woodcarvings of animals. She is featured in this November 2018 Google Doodle, a collaboration with the Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual and William H. Crowe, Jr...

The high-flying, gravity-defying Kukkiwon Taekwondo Demonstration Team

In feat after feat of skill, precision, and teamwork, the men and women of the Kukkiwon taekwondo demonstration team astonish their audience with 19 minutes of high-flying gymnastic martial arts. This performance, whi...

LEGO in Real Life: Creating a classic duck pull toy in LEGO stop motion

A boy creates a wooden duck pull toy in a woodworking workshop, but the materials aren't wood. It's all LEGO... even some of the tools and the paint. This new stop-motion animation from Brick Bros Productions riffs of...

How the V&A recreated an 18th-century Mechanical Theatre

An 18th-century mechanical theatre was a technology of tricks and devices that changed scenes almost miraculously. With nothing of this scale from history surviving, watch as exhibition designer, Patrick Burnier and h...

How Japanese paper lanterns are made

Using worn stencils and thick brushes, an artisan paints the floral decorations on the thin paper. A framework of wood helps to shape the thin boning that the paper will be attached to. Another artisan adds details to...

Creating wood ash cement from scratch, an experiment

How do you make a cement-like building material that won't dissolve in water? From scratch? In this Primitive Technology video, an experimental cement is made from crushed terracotta and refired wood ash that was burn...

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, ...

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...

Spinners, a Kaplamino marble run with 10 fidget spinner tricks

Ten fidget spinner tricks keep this marble run moving slowly but steadily forward in one long and delightful take. Spinners is the latest chain reaction video by marble run aficionado Kaplamino. There are more Kapl...

Speed up geologic time with a DIY squeeze box

Build. Observe. Play in the sand and dirt. Making your own easy-to-build squeeze box is fun for lots of different reasons, including educational ones. This Science Snacks video with Eric Muller from The Exploratorium ...

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...

The Blue Marble, an uninterrupted catapult-filled magnet marble run

After 3 months of work and probably more than 500 fails, I'm happy to present you my best video ever. Since magnets and marbles I've always wanted to make a big chain reaction in one take with this 2D style! It's ...

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