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NextFab Made: A Blog by Kid Hazo

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Jan 12, 2015 8:00:00 AM

A NextFab Guest Blog, by Kid Hazo

A few months ago, I was asked to compete in the Red Bull Canvas Cooler competition. Since I'm not your everyday artist, I decided to think outside the box on this challenge, literally. We were given a small cooler in the shape of a cube and asked to turn into our own, unique design. Since my street art work primarily works in 3D space I decided to transform this piece into a sculpture instead of sticking to flat 2D surface.


Topics: 3d, 3d-modeling, laser, artist, art, laser-cutter, NextFab Members

Mapping Freire: Integrating Curriculum and Public Art

Posted by Yulia Novozhilova

Sep 5, 2014 3:39:47 PM


Topics: public-art, printing, photography, NextFab Members

Snow Sculptures Remind You Why You Used To Love The Snow

Posted by Tracy McCarthy

Feb 18, 2014 3:26:22 PM

Everybody loves winter's first snowfall.  Those delicate white sprinkles cascading from the heavens makes even the most cynical east-coaster turn their head up to catch a flake on their nose.

Topics: NextFab Members, instructables

"Conch Republic" Debuts at Sculpture Key West

Posted by Tracy McCarthy

Jan 3, 2014 10:52:00 AM

Contemporary visual artists Kate Kaman and Joel Erland are doing more in Key West this winter than looking for their lost shaker of salt.  They've managed to seamlessly blend art and technology into the serene Floridian landscape.

Topics: sculpture, NextFab Members

Collaborative Projects Gain Traction: subTRACTION, Opening November 1st at Napoleon

Posted by Tracy McCarthy

Oct 28, 2013 2:26:00 PM

At NextFab, we have lots of cool tools. (Really, lots!) But our most valuable tool we offer our members is our network of like-minded makers, artists, and creatives. Having a multitude of perspectives right across the drawing table is the most effective way to foster individual and community-wide innovation.  So when we hear about projects like Traction Company's subTRACTION, we get that warm, fuzzy feeling that the kids are gonna be alright.


Topics: NextFab Members


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Welcome to the NextFab Blog, where we discuss the ideas changing the world as we know it. Step inside the revolutionary world of 3D Printing technology, traditional and Computer Numeric Controlled (CNC) machinery, innovation and imagination.



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