HackSpace magazine feature

Recently I was invited by HackSpace magazine to write a piece for their monthly upcycling feature, showcasing my latest music art designs. Delighted at the opportunity to have my designs featured in a major making magazine for the first time, I jumped at the chance…

What is HackSpace Magazine?

HackSpace magazine was founded in 2017 by Raspberry Pi, the UK developers of tiny and affordable computers. Designed to inform and inspire a wide range of makers, HackSpace magazine is one of the fastest growing making magazines in the world, reaching over 50,000 readers a month. If you’re interested in topics like home automation, 3D printing, robotics and of course, upcycling, you’ll love HackSpace magazine.

Making music in issue #14

The inspiration behind my upcycling and design work comes from my love of music and playing guitar, so being featured in the music edition of HackSpace was a real treat. It’s great to be able to contribute to a magazine I’ve been supporting for while and the feedback I’ve had after the magazine went to press has been awesome – helping to generate more orders for your Etsy store is never a bad thing either!

Click the preview below to view the Seager Studios upcycling feature in all its glory (opens as a PDF).





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