Earlier this week, we announced the start of the OK Go 21st century do-it-yourself arts-and-crafts Summer Camp. To kick it off, we asked what all of you have been making — songs, videos, dances, art, writing, anything, everything. The responses have blown us away, ranging from stop-motion animation about a haunted house to a giant cooling shade made out of recycled soda bottles. Some of our favorites are below.
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Here’s what some of your fellow OK Go fans are making.
Kevin Ramler built a whistling pipe organ from a bike tire and a crank.
Jennifer Harris painted murals on soon-to-be-demolished buildings in San Francisco and invited people to collaborate.
Ren Vasiliev makes mixed media collages.
Garth Britzman used soda bottles to make a giant shade canopy.
Paola Horevicz makes handmade letter-press books.
Lachlan Dean and Sarah Phillips directed a video for the Australian band The Weekend People.