1. Project of the Day—This is probably the vaguest sentence we will write today, but we’re doing it anyway: people everywhere are making things all the time. It’s a true fact. What’s cool about it though, is that a lot of these people happen to be kids. Decatur Makers wants to be Atlanta’s first all-ages makerspace, a hub for anyone (including kids) to come and make, tinker, build and learn.

    Project of the Day—This is probably the vaguest sentence we will write today, but we’re doing it anyway: people everywhere are making things all the time. It’s a true fact. What’s cool about it though, is that a lot of these people happen to be kids. Decatur Makers wants to be Atlanta’s first all-ages makerspace, a hub for anyone (including kids) to come and make, tinker, build and learn.

  2. Project of the Day—Concerts are cool and all, but concerts in specific outdoor environments are even better. SASSAS (say that ten times fast), otherwise known as the Society for the Activation of Social Space through Art and Sound (also say that ten times fast), wants to throw a free concert series at the Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook in Los Angeles. They’ve already thrown concerts at budget motels, other parks and, somehow, a carousel.

    Project of the Day—Concerts are cool and all, but concerts in specific outdoor environments are even better. SASSAS (say that ten times fast), otherwise known as the Society for the Activation of Social Space through Art and Sound (also say that ten times fast), wants to throw a free concert series at the Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook in Los Angeles. They’ve already thrown concerts at budget motels, other parks and, somehow, a carousel.

  3. Project of the Day—Wondermark’s Jigsaw Puzzles of Fictional Victorian Charts is exactly what it sounds like. Creator David Malki made these with a sort of alternate history in mind: “What if the Victorian era had more jokes AND was more diagram-based AND was made of jigsaw puzzles?? WONDER…NO MORE” he writes. We have officially stopped wondering.

    Project of the Day—Wondermark’s Jigsaw Puzzles of Fictional Victorian Charts is exactly what it sounds like. Creator David Malki made these with a sort of alternate history in mind: “What if the Victorian era had more jokes AND was more diagram-based AND was made of jigsaw puzzles?? WONDER…NO MORE” he writes. We have officially stopped wondering.

  4. Project of the Day—It’s rare that we come across a more pleasing phrase than “gentle demolition,” but that’s exactly what we saw when we looked at this project. It is a 139-year-old gold house (it’s actually gold) that has fallen into disrepair. It is a staple of the neighborhood, but is now at the point where it needs to be demolished. Instead of tearing it all down in a wild frenzy, the hope is that the house can be carefully dismantled, so the pieces can be used to create something new.

    Project of the Day—It’s rare that we come across a more pleasing phrase than “gentle demolition,” but that’s exactly what we saw when we looked at this project. It is a 139-year-old gold house (it’s actually gold) that has fallen into disrepair. It is a staple of the neighborhood, but is now at the point where it needs to be demolished. Instead of tearing it all down in a wild frenzy, the hope is that the house can be carefully dismantled, so the pieces can be used to create something new.

  5. Project of the Day—Los Angeles has a vibrant and fascinating contemporary art scene, and for awhile now East of Borneo has nurtured a ”collective reexamination of West Coast art and its history, highlighting unexpected connections and encouraging new lines of thought.” In short, it’s a great site, and it wants to be greater. They’ve also got books and posters and all sorts of great stuff in the pipeline.

    Project of the Day—Los Angeles has a vibrant and fascinating contemporary art scene, and for awhile now East of Borneo has nurtured a collective reexamination of West Coast art and its history, highlighting unexpected connections and encouraging new lines of thought.” In short, it’s a great site, and it wants to be greater. They’ve also got books and posters and all sorts of great stuff in the pipeline.

  6. Project of the Day—Governor’s Island is awesome, and the Governor’s Island Art Fair is an equally awesome thing that happens every year on the island. After Hurricane Sandy, many of the buildings that house the artwork each year were damaged, and 4heads.org wants to fix them up so the fair can continue happening for free. Help keep it going strong.

    Project of the Day—Governor’s Island is awesome, and the Governor’s Island Art Fair is an equally awesome thing that happens every year on the island. After Hurricane Sandy, many of the buildings that house the artwork each year were damaged, and 4heads.org wants to fix them up so the fair can continue happening for free. Help keep it going strong.