Man Made DIY


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Jun 25, 2012

ManMade Joins the 2012 True Value Blog Squad!

created at: 06/25/2012

Last year, ManMade was honored to be a part of the 2011 True Value Blog Squad, where we joined the ranks of talented DIYers, makers, and home improvers from around the internet, showing folks all the cool stuff you can do with supplies from your local hardware store.

Bruno and I had tons of fun last season, so we were very excited to be invited to participate again this… read more

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Jun 20, 2012

Big Appetites: Tiny People Interacting with Real Life Foodscapes

created at: 06/20/2012

For the past seven years, Seattle-based artist Christopher Boffoli has been creating these whimsical photos of tiny little workers engaging (relatively) huge food landscapes.

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Jun 20, 2012

Cool Site of the Day: Build Your Own Monster

created at: 06/20/2012

Polish design studio Hipopotam offers the coolest site you'll find this week: a custom, make your own monster generator called Bubols.

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Jun 20, 2012

Blow My Mindsday: June 20, 2012

created at: 04/17/2013

Each Wednesday, I post some of my favorite can't-miss links, images, and otherwise mindblowing goodies from across the web.

created at: 06/20/2012

The More I Arty created original cocktail recipes to match each character from The Avengersread more

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Jun 20, 2012

Vintage Photos of the Hands of Workers and Artisans

created at: 06/20/2012

Whenever I go out of town, I'm always surprised by how different my hands feel and look after a few days off my normal schedule. I am by no means a manual laborer, but with all the cutting, woodworking, painting, cooking, instrument playing, bike riding, and other things to which I put my hands, there's always a cut, a callous, a scar, an abrasion, or non-human-skin-like coloring.

Weird Universe found these old photographs of the hands of laborers, artists, craftspeople, and factory workers… read more

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Jun 19, 2012

How to: Make the Ultimate Chocolate Chip Cookies (No Joking...)

created at: 06/19/2012

If you search the world far and wide, you'll find no bigger chocolate chip cookie fan than me. As far as desserts go, I say cookies. As far as cookies go, I say chocolate chip. And, as far as chocolate chip cookies go, I'd always said classic Toll House, with a few slight modifications.

Until four years ago, when I discovered… read more

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Jun 19, 2012

The Process: How Major League Baseballs Are Made

created at: 05/28/2013

It seems strange to say it, but the process of creating baseballs that conform to Major League Baseballs standards is actually a pretty secretative process. Certainly, anyone whose played with a ball to deconstruction can admit that it's a leather exterior wrapped around a bunch of string and a bouncy ball in the center. But it's the precision cutting, curved stitching, and precise… read more

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Jun 19, 2012

Infographic: Where Food Goes on the Grill

created at: 06/19/2012

While grilling is likely humankind's most primitive form of cookery, it remains the means with the most finesse: dealing with inconsistent temperatures and hot and cool zones to produce that magical balance of a perfectly charred exterior and cooked-through… read more

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Jun 19, 2012

Awesome Dad Builds an AT-AT Walker Bunk Bed for His Son

created at: 06/19/2012

Young Caiden Dutilly had recently outgrown his toddler room, and was ready for his first "big boy" bed. So his dad built him one, and by "one," we mean, a scale model All Terrain Armored Transport bunk bed, complete with a secret compartment for storing Jedi supplies, LEGO displays, and a window for mid-sleep checkups.

Check out these cool photos to see how the whole thing was put… read more

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Jun 18, 2012

How to Make Drunken Gummies - Cocktail Candies for Grown Ups

created at: 06/18/2012

Candy and cocktails. Not just cocktail-flavored candies, but sweet little chewy guys, full of actual spirits and the classic flavors of the mixed drink that inspired them. In short: Best. DIY Project.… read more

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