The Beady Eyed Craftster is our occa­sional round-up of shiny (mostly) art and craft related links from across the inter­nets.









This tutori­al from Design Folder on giv­ing a bit of col­our to spare bottles and jars is pretty cool, and the res­ults are spiffy. [Found via Curbly]

• Another how-to; Dismount Creative shows us how to make a bowl from leath­er scraps and riv­ets.

Boston Public Library’s col­lec­tion of old travel posters is well worth a browse. I love the retro styles of these pieces.

• Doing the rounds on the inter­webs recently, but worth a men­tion non­ethe­less, this skull carved from obsol­ete com­puter manu­als is super cool. As a com­puter guy, hefty manu­als relat­ing to dead tech­no­lo­gies is some­thing I’m very famil­i­ar with.

Acommonname makes paper-cut geodes to install in empty urb­an gaps: miss­ing bricks, unused pipes, etc. The geodes are formed from hun­dreds of indi­vidu­al pieces of paper geo­met­ric solids.

YouTube video time: this cool vid of a fer­ro­fluid in a mag­net­ic field is really inter­est­ing, form­ing intric­ate mazes and cal­li­graph­ic pat­terns. Worth a watch.

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