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






Up on Colossal there’s some cool pictures  from The Sketchbook Project: “The Sketchbook Project is a global, crowd-sourced art project where participants obtain sketchbooks and are given several months to fill the pages and return them for inclusion in the traveling exhibition.”

Nice little tutorial from Photojojo: transferring photos and other images onto wood. I’m keen to try something like this.

Over on Design Milk, there’s a great little interview with 3D printing company Shapeway’s  CEO and fonder. Interesting stuff: “Shapeways is a service enabling you to use 3D printers to make whatever you want. The first and very important step is creation. What do you want to have?”

Also on Design Milk, this fantastic image gallery of restored vintage cameras. I’m not much of a photographer, and I’m definitely not a camera buff, but these are really stylish.

Similarly stylish are these machine lamps by Frank Buchwald. They’re very retro-futurist in design, all burnished steel and polished brass, kind of minimalist steampunk (i.e. without a surfeit on unnecessary cogs).

And finally, if you’re not already familiar with the sterling sixties-inspired illustrations of Kevin Dart, you really should be!

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