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The Creators Project

Finding Beauty in Everyday Objects

The Creators Project

STEM Challenge: Just in time for the windy month of March is a series of STEM events including this one about making a car powered by the wind!

STEM Activity Challenge Build a Wind-Powered Car

I like the idea of building wind-powered cars, either pushed by a fan or students blowing on them or maybe a balloon. This would also incorporate well with a lesson on force and motion.

DIY Musical Instruments - Homemade Fun for Kids | Kids will love making their own musical instruments for loads of enjoyment and learning.

20 DIY Musical Instruments

DIY Musical Instruments - Homemade Fun for Kids Kids will love making their own musical instruments for loads of enjoyment and learning.

Louis Waitt – A pendant made from a silver plated spoon and various found objects.This is a spoof, if the crank is turned, your beverage will be stirred by the prop

Wouldn't this be an awesome necklace if you made it with a baby spoon? Louis Waitt – A pendant made from a silver plated spoon and various found objects.This is a spoof, if the crank is turned, your beverage will be stirred by the prop.

Kathrine Lemke Waste - Despite my disdain for ironing, I still think this painting is amazing!

Portfolio of work from Northern California artist Kathrine Lemke Waste, featuring watercolor, acrylic and oil paintings done in contemporary realism.

Edouard Martinet transforms everyday objects found in flea-markets and car boot sales into works of art. Working with a variety of refuse materials such as rusted kitchen pans, typewriter keys, car lights and other scrap metals, Edouard Martinet sculpts several types of animals and insects.

Edouard Martinet's Sculptures (11 pics)

French artist Edouard Martinet scours flea markets for everyday objects that he uses to create animal and insect sculptures.

Jan Elftmann combines her artist’s eye and scientist’s curiosity to transform everyday objects such as corks in her found-object art. In this Activity Guide, explore objects as both an artist and as a scientist.

Jan Elftmann combines her artist’s eye and scientist’s curiosity to transform everyday objects such as corks in her found-object art. In this Activity Guide, explore objects as both an artist and as a scientist.

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