Who says office cubicles need to be dreary? In this book, author Kaden Harris (creator of www.eccentricgenius.ca Eccentric Genius) introduces aspiring and die-hard Makers to a highly entertaining parallel universe of surreal office-based projects that are sure to pique the curiosity of even the most jaded office mates.
Bring character and life to your office desktop with Eccentric Cubicle!
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LibraryThing
What a splendid book - kind of like an adult version of The Dangerous Book for Boys. Despite the title it contains several projects that I think you could well be fired for having in your desk space (the book leads with plans for a guillotine and a crossbow, for example), and all the projects would require a great deal of skill to execute satisfactorily. What I love about this book though is the information on making jigs and on tool choices. I would describe the projects as a platform for describing a way of working rather than as practical artefacts in themselves. So, read this book as a lesson in how to improvise and in how to think about fabricating things. That's what I have been enjoying about it.
Review: Eccentric CubicleUser Review - Joshua - Goodreads
Fantastic and fun walkthrough for someone interested in making real things with their hands. A treasure chest of information on design, fabrication, scrounging parts from scrap yards, and creating thinking. Read full review
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