This “Bee-Dimensional” Printer Creates Some Sweet Looking Prints

These honeycomb sculptures are the result of the B-Code biological 3D printer, a printer that relies on bees to create pieces of art.

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Made in Baltimore: A Look at the First Year of Operating a Makerspace

We’re revisiting Open Works to see how things have fared during their first year, and take a look at Baltimore’s makerspace Renaissance.

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See a Light Show at Grand Central Station Celebrating Women in STEM

“Unseen Stars,” a light show celebrating women in STEM, will be projected onto the ceiling of Grand Central Station from September 19-21.

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Sarah Duyer’s Creepy Pottery Looks Like it Will Crawl Away

Sarah Duyer’s series of teapots and cups, fittingly titled “Comfort/Discomfort,” seem as if they’re crawling away on insectoid legs.

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This Band Goes Multi-Sensory with Interactive Lights and Beer

To make their band’s performances a multi-sensory experience, The Lights Out added LED wearables and instruments to their act.

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These Mechanical Rock Sculptures Are Suspended with Their Own Weight

Artist Dan Grayber combines elements from industrial design and nature to create objects that seem to defy gravity.

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Geoge Is the All-Seeing Crystalline Being, Made of Yarn

A massive yarncraft, Geoge is the work of the Ladies Fancywork Society (LFS), a group of four best friends who make art together.

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