Make Make Make Magazine Inspires Artists To Push Their Creative Limits
Mikiko Yamabayashi has created Make Make Make Magazine, also known as MMM magazine that's focused on Do It Yourself (DIY) and/or Do It With Others (DIWO) projects involving computers, electronics, robotics, metalworking, and other disciplines. The publication's goal is to inspire creators to push themselves out of their comfort zone to create works that otherwise seem untouchable.
Each page in the bi-monthly magazine is packed full of color, intricate designs, and bold creations. The first issue is focused on architectural design, while the second issue is centered around sound and noise. Each issue's themes are vividly clear and genuinely invigorate the highest level of thinking with each creativity area. These pages are just asking to be continuously flipped through.
Make Make Make: Magazine is a re-branded American bimonthly magazine focused on do it yourself (DIY) and/or Do It With Others (DIWO) projects involving computers, electronics, robotics, metalworking, and other disciplines. MMM magazine provides a space for discovery and growth. Many designers may initially feel intimidated about working with complex software such as coding and programming. Now, not only engineers are able to access the opportunities that these tools provide. All of us as makers and creators need to learn to work outside of our comfort zones. MMM magazine seeks to provide a space and a community in which to share these fun and empowering projects.