Man Made DIY


Apr 19, 2012

How to: Make Perfect Cold-Brewed Coffee at Home (Without Any Additional Equipment)

The temperature continues to rise, and we're nearing the season when many will leave behind a hand-warming mug of perfectly-brewed hot coffee, and opt for a low-acid, refreshing glass of cold coffee.

There are lots of items on the market that can aid in the process, but odds are, you probably already have everything you need to make perfect cold-brewed coffee at… read more


Apr 19, 2012

Stupid Things Happening in Super Slow Motion

created at: 04/19/2012

If you've ever wondered what it'd look like to grill an aerosol can over high heat, cut a soda bottle in half with a chainsaw and pitchfork, or microwave a bottle of red wine (this one's particularly insane) all in slow motion, then simply click play on the video below.

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Apr 19, 2012

For Those Who've Dreamed of Furniture Made from Waffles...

created at: 04/19/2012

...You wish has been granted. Created by artists Ryosuke Fukusada and Rui Pereira, "Sapore dei Mobili [Furniture Tasting]" was "born as a reflection about the velocity of the contemporary furniture… read more


Apr 19, 2012

How to: Make a Cruelty-Free Wooden Deer Head

created at: 04/19/2012

ManMade reader William an I have a lot in common: a love for crafting with power tools, a desire to reuse and repurpose scrap, and the goal of enjoying the trappings of classic "masculine" things like the mounted deer head, without.... you know, having to kill… read more


Apr 18, 2012

How to: Make a DIY Skinny Tie from Scratch

created at: 04/18/2012

Of all the potential man crafts, the handmade neck tie is one of my favorites. It combines everything that ManMade stands for: it's made by hand, it's something you can use everyday, it's decidely cheaper than buying one at the store, and it's uniquely… read more


Apr 18, 2012

Tiny Little Worlds on the Edge of Destruction

NYC-based artist Thomas Doyle creates beautiful miniature sculptures teetering on the brink of disaster. "The pieces in Doyle's 1:43 scale series feature demolished, buried and over-the-edge houses, pristine green landscapes, and tiny human figures. Domestic yet catastrophic, these intricate miniature worlds reminds us the power of nature and how small we really are."

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Apr 18, 2012

How to: Make a Watermelon Keg

Fruit salad stashed from a hollowed out watermelon is one thing, but a tasty, booze-y libation served from a watermelon keg is a whole 'nother thing… read more


Apr 18, 2012

Blow My Mindsday: April 18, 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.

The Collective Snapshot by Pep Ventosa is a series of images that “blend together dozens of snapshots to create an abstraction of the places we’ve been and the things we’ve… read more


Apr 17, 2012

A Guide to "Alternative" Steak Cuts: Better Flavor, Less Expensive

Everyone knows that a properly cooked steak from the rib and loin - the porterhouse, the strip, the T-bone, the ribeye, the tenderloin - is something worth savoring. And everybody also knows that these cuts can be expensive, especially the overpriced & flavor-lacking filet.

But for years, butchers have known of "secret" tastier cuts hidden inside the legs of the animal - the chuck and the round - that have much more beefy… read more


Apr 17, 2012

Sword Handle Umbrellas

If you've never jabbed an umbrella like you're weilding a impermeable nylon scimitar, or at least pressed the little button towards someone to poke them like a Go-Go-Gadget-friend-prodder, then mister, you're a better man than I. Because, of… read more

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