Meet the Makers: Time

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Feb/12

Here are the interviews with the featured makers from last week's event:

David Forbes makes nixie tube displays.

Roger Wood makes beautiful steampunk clocks.

Five Ton Crane (Sean Orlando, David Shulman, Alan Rorie) make a giant raygun gothic rocketship.

Julie Chen makes wonderful book art.

And of course, our very own Nicole Catrett makes all kinds of delightful exhibits for the Tinkering Studio (and cardboard bearskin rugs in her spare time)

The clocks were amazing :) Its a pity most of today's future generations will most likely find less interest towards the old tech from the early 20th century with all the new gadgets and electronic toys becoming more and more popular each year. There is a subtle beauty in those old-timey, intricate works.

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