Instead of highlighting the work of an individual designer in the MAKE London Wearable Technology and Made Clothing Fashion Show, today’s post is going to give a brief glimpse into the kinds of creations you’ll see this Thursday. If we’ve peaked your interest, attend the MAKE London Wearable Technology and Made Clothing Fashion Show, March […]Read more "MAKE London Designer Profile: Photo Preview"
The MAKE London Wearable Technology and Made Clothing Fashion Show is a chance for Londoners to come together to celebrate the creativity and originality of our community. The MakerBus team is also hoping to use this event to raise awareness for our project. We’re building Canada’s first mobile makerspace and technology education classroom, bringing access […]Read more "MAKE London Designer Profile: Beth and Kim’s amazing DIY jewelry"
Jamie Smith is high-school student at Oak Ridge Secondary School and a student of Laura Briscoe. Her MAKE London design is called “The Evolution of the Communicative Textiles.” Using media like linoleum, Cds, and floppy disks, Jamie has created a work that shows the evolution of communication – from the printing press to the personal […]Read more "MAKE London Designer Profile: Jamie Smith"
Laura Briscoe is a teacher at Oakridge Secondary School who is passionate about engaging her community in the visual arts. Her submission to MAKE London is called “Miss Communication.” Behind the Screen is a skirt made out of strands of keyboard keys. When tweets are sent to the skirt, the keys will spell out the […]Read more "MAKE London Designer Profile: Laura Briscoe"
RosellaResin is a partnership between two sisters, Jessica and Gwynne, who share a passion for making stunning and sustainable resin jewelry. They believe that nature is the greatest designer, so their work highlights the beauty of natural objects. Using USDA-approved bio resins that use natural ingredients like pine oils, their accessories are both stunning and […]Read more "MAKE London Designer Profile: RosellaResin"
When not helping with the day-to-day operations of the MakerBus, Ryan enjoys having fun with technology. His MAKE London submission, the 3rd Person Camera, gives its wearer a truly out of body experience. Using a behind-the-back mounted camera and a head-mounted display, the 3rd Person Camera makes the wearer an avatar in their own life, […]Read more "MAKE London Designer Profile: Ryan Hunt"
We are happy to announce that we have a shiny new website http://www.makerbus.ca. Our new website will be a landing page for people to learn more about the MakerBus and our team. This blog will continue in its current form (though look out for a makeover in the coming days). If you know anyone who […]Read more "We have a new website!"
Whether its the army of fitness trackers hitting the market, or Apple’s highly rumoured smart-watch, there’s no denying that wearable technology is shaping be to the next big technological trend. This March the MakerBus team would like to show London that you don’t need to be a tech giant to have fun with wearable technology. […]Read more "MAKE London Wearable Technology and Made Clothing Fashion Show"