Nothing beats a big old chunk of wood. Fine joinery and glue-ups are great, but I'll take a solid slab any day. Sometimes, it's nice to be in awe of craftsmanship. But sometimes, it's nice to just be in awe of nature.
Hi there, ManMakers. I'm excited to share some cool news: we're having a great 2014, and in order to build on that success, we want to bring on some new voices. So, ManMade is putting out a special call for new contributors.
Today is a day of good news, my friends. First, it's the beginning of the best two weather weeks of the year, where the fall leaves start to get really good, and everything smells spicey and cidery, and you allow yourself to eat terrible-for-you cereal again, in the form of its ultimate expression, Frankenberry. (I had my first bowl last night. It was epic.)
Equally important, it's a good day for ManMade, where we bring on our first regular contributor, Martin Refsal. When I began ManMade a year and a half ago, it was just me, navigating the craft and design scene, looking for crafty projects that don't scream, "This is for girls," or
Friends, ManMade has grown up. A little over a year ago, in February 2010, I launched ManMade as a way of curating all the crafty and designy links that didn't scream "this is for girls!"
The last year has been amazing, and ManMade has grown into, like, a real website. So, I'm happy to welcome another contributer to the site, John Kingman.
John lives in Brooklyn, NY, and works in video production. He's a whiz at photography, video, Adobe CS, and should be an awesome complement to the "crafting with power tools" approach that I call home.
Attention iPhone and iPod Touch users: You can now browse ManMade on the go.
Well, you always could, but now it's easier to access from your iPhone desktop. Just go to ManMadeDIY.com in Safari and press the "+" at the bottom, and select "Add To Home Screen" Wait a moment for the nifty new icon thingy to pop up, and you're good to go.