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Ever wondered how the Brighton Mini Maker Faire pops up every year? It might seem like magic, but there’s actually a team of organisers and volunteers dedicated to herding all those brilliant makers into one place and raising funds to … Continue reading
Highlights from makers, punters, and the team on the social media sphere on Brighton Maker Faire on Storify, a report on ITV News, SENSEries on BBC Sussex’s Danny Pike show, photo album on Developing Dreams and many more across the … Continue reading
We are delighted to announce that Life Water are supporting us this year by keeping all of our Makers hydrated throughout the day! Life Water is 100% Carbon Neutral and Certified Organic. They also established independent charity Drop4Drop in 2006, … Continue reading
As part of our “Meet the Makers” interview series, we asked our Makers to tell us a little about themselves. Today, meet Jessica from Chikai!
As part of our “Meet the Makers” interview series, we asked our Makers to tell us a little about themselves. Today, meet Dan from Carbon Frog!
Maplin is the UK’s largest electronics and tech retailer and has a wide range of products for tech hobbyists and enthusiasts. Stop by their stand to check out a selection from Maplin’s maker range, which includes the new 3Doodle, the … Continue reading
Bare Conductive make electrically conductive paint and a range of creative kits. Whether you are interested in graphical wiring, paper switches or integrating sensors into your craft project, Bare provides a platform to get you started. Bare have taken an … Continue reading
One of the things we want to do at Brighton Mini Maker Faire is maker more makers. We love it when kids, parents, teachers, schools and other educational institutions get involved. So this year, we’re chuffed to have a new … Continue reading
I met the folks from sugru at Maker Faire in Newcastle a few months back. Manning a stall constructed entirely from cardboard boxes (and sugru, no doubt), they were possibly the most enthusiastic people I met over the entire weekend. … Continue reading