Chester at Maker Faire

If you’ve been following this blog, you probably remember our interview with Chester Winowiecki from last April. Last weekend, Chester and his wife Cara O’Brien participated in Maker Faire in Detroit, MI. This two-day event at the Henry Ford is described as “an interactive and family-friendly fair that takes arts, crafts, engineering, food, music, science and technology projects and the do-it-yourself (DIY) mind-set to a next level. It’s a celebration of creativity and discovery that will blow your mind.” Chester took string instruments that he’s made, including his tin pan banjos and was featured in a post on BoingBoing.

Posted by Mark Frauenfelder at http://boingboing.net/2011/07/30

Here’s the video they posted on YouTube.

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One Response to Chester at Maker Faire

  1. Lee S. brown says:

    Chester,
    Congratulations on the BoingBoing article. looks like you were having great fun and who knew you were a whistler! ha! any clay instruments with strings?
    Best regards,
    Lee B

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