| May 19, 2011
ReadyMade mag celebrates top 100 DIY projects
Boh staff
By Staff

After calling on the DIY community last fall to submit its most functional, beautiful, interesting, sustainable manifestations of creativity, ReadyMade magazine celebrated the winners of its first-annual 100 Top DIY Projects last week in New York City.

Winners were selected by a panel of judges, including Jonathan Adler, DIY Network’s Amy Devers, Instructables founder and CEO Eric Wilhelm, Grace Bonney of Design*Sponge, Bill Moggridge, Director of the Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum and Julie Schneider, Director of Creative Community Programming at Etsy.

ReadyMade mag celebrates top 100 DIY projects

Tess Wolfe-Stelzer,  Lauren Stanich, Amy Devers, and Andrew Wagner.

The ReadyMade 100 Grand Prize Winner, Tess Wolfe-Stelzer from Seattle, WA, was named “Main Maker” and her winning Literary Lamps are made from old book pages and spines recycled into three-dimensional—working!—lamps in various complex faceted shapes.

ReadyMade mag celebrates top 100 DIY projects

Robert Niosi’s Vintage Light Fan and Kelly Lawrence’s Wineglass Bell Jars

ReadyMade mag celebrates top 100 DIY projects

RM100 Winning Project: Tess Wolfe-Stelzer’s Literary Lamps

ReadyMade mag celebrates top 100 DIY projects

Snug Mug Spoon Wall.

A slideshow of the winners as well as exclusive online content such as interviews with each finalist and “behind-the-scenes” footage of the making of the projects is now available online.

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