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April 16, 2014 AT 1:01 pm

“The Maker Movement”: Wall Art For Your Workbench — Prints Now Available

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I’m very happy to announce that prints of my photo “The Maker Movement“, above, are now available for purchase. As I wrote originally:

I’ve wanted to do a photograph which captured what I think of when I think of makers, and which makers themselves would enjoy as a work.

All of us started the same way — as curious kids (maybe big kids). At first, most of us were following in the path of someone else — along what feels like a straight, well-defined line. But there’s a point where things start to diverge, and we go off and do our own thing. That’s what making is all about, and that’s what I tried to capture here.

Symbolism aside, I just dig this image. I’d like to sell it as a print, with a portion of the proceeds going to charity. What I’d like to know from you is if you’d be interested in buying such a thing. It’s always hard to judge whether or not a print will sell, especially for the artist, who is often too close to the work to be objective — that’s what galleries and curators are for. But I don’t want this to be a gallery piece. I’d like it to be an affordable work that people can hang in their homes, hackerspaces, shops, or offices and enjoy, so I’m asking you directly.

Many thanks to everyone for your compliments and support! It’s been a long time coming, but it’s finally here (yay!) — head on over to the SmugMug page to check it out!


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1 Comment

  1. Awesome! I’m in for one!

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