Now, listen...y'all know I'm always trying to keep it on the positive side of things here at DudeCraft (yes, okay, with the exception of stupid bicycle designs. Gah!!!) and I love me some palette construction and creative re-use, but am I the only one that thinks that this looks kind of like a cell for programmers that are being punished? Florescent lights and artless eggshell walls? Are we supposed to be digging this? I think we may be reaching a point where we rush to uplift things, simply because they are recycled and not because they are designed well. Back me up or let me have it in the comments.
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Paul Overton is a prolific blogger, maker, writer, and ukulele player living in Hardwick, MA with three dogs, his closest co-conspirator, and a lawn that makes his octogenarian neighbors want to call the authorities. He delights in the unusual and can often be found in his tiny studio, whipping up some sort of self-indulgent nonsense for his own amusement.
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DudeCraft represents a different kind of tribe in the world of making things, intentionally blurring the lines between, art, craft, engineering, and the good old “Can Do” spirit. Makers of all stripes are welcome here and are encouraged to join the conversation, no matter what their enthusiasms. Guys who knit, girls who weld, it’s all the same on DudeCraft. We are people who make cool stuff, have an urge to share it, and don’t mind explaining how we did it, so that other folks can benefit from our experience.