Makers/Designers Spotlight Application

MakersDesigners Spotlight

Makers/Designers Spotlight

We’re always looking for talented makers/designers to feature! Whether you’re a woodworker, designer, artist, or someone else in the maker community, we want to highlight and share your work.

If you’re a maker, and you’d like to be featured, send us an email with your story, your work, and what you do!

Applications are open!

Makers love a good challenge and most of them are happy to share their progress online. Showing off their work is a great way to get constructive feedback, and it also helps to establish personal connections with other makers and potential customers.

The best part about this is that the results are often quite stunning, and it’s a wonderful way to build your brand and make connections with other woodworkers. Whether you’re looking to promote a product, provide useful tutorials, or just show off your wares, here are a few tricks of the trade that will help you win over the Makers and designers that matter most to you.

The aforementioned gizmo was a high tech 3D printer that uses lasers to turn out a slew of small items including the aforementioned top-of-the-line 3D model. It also comes with a built-in camera that captures the moment and makes it easy to share your results.

We collect applications on creative makers of woodworking who want to share their talents

Woodworking is a traditional craft that is still alive and well in the world today. It is a complex and creative process that involves the design, fabrication and installation of a wide range of beautiful structures such as staircases, doors and windows, architectural joinery and furniture.

As a creative maker, you have the opportunity to create products that are one-of-a-kind. This gives you a sense of accomplishment that you cannot achieve in a corporate setting or with a retail job.

It is also an opportunity for self-expression, as you can transform something that’s laying around in your head into something you can use and enjoy. This can help to reduce stress, which is important for mental health.

Woodworking is a great way to express yourself while developing your creativity, hand-eye coordination, and other practical skills. It also allows you to get away from the stresses of the real world and focus on a task that requires a lot of thought, planning, and creativity.

We collect applications from creative makers of woodworking who want to share their tips and tricks

Wood is a natural material for making art and decorative items. You can create a variety of products that you sell online, depending on your creativity and skill set.

The creative process often starts with a spark of inspiration. But it also requires hard work and patience to turn ideas into viable output.

Thankfully, there are many resources available to help you master the art of woodworking. These tips can help you avoid costly mistakes and improve your skills in the long run.

You can also take your craft to the next level by learning advanced techniques, such as woodturning. These types of projects require more skill and time to master, but they can make your woodworking business a success!

Romain Gadant is a designer and carpenter who has lived and worked in different places around the world. His cultural experience and technical understanding of tools, software, and modern manufacturing processes have helped him develop a career as a creative maker. He has launched his own product brand Atelier Monson, focusing on the design, manufacture, and realization of wooden furniture.

We collect applications from creative makers of woodworking who want to share the products they make

We are always looking for creative makers of woodworking who want to share the products they make with our audiences. Whether they’re making functional pieces like a wooden cutting board or decorative ones like a wall art piece made from scrap wood, we love watching these videos.

Some of these makers use 3D design software such as Shapr3D to visualize their designs in advance. This helps them avoid wasting materials or making costly mistakes by experimenting with their designs on the computer before bringing them to life in the shop.

This channel features a huge variety of projects that include furniture, barn doors, and outdoor items. It is a great place to watch for inspiration and for tips and tricks that can be applied to your own woodworking project.

Do you feel you have what it takes? To be part of Grumpy’s Gang. We are looking for highly talented, highly creative people that are willing to share their knowledge with the newbie woodworker and DIY Earth. Take a few minutes to fill out the short application. Let us know why. You feel that you could be part of the gang and we’ll be sure to call you back. Click here to send your application