Moem

Moem has been active in the hacker scene for years; she is a co-founder and active participant of Hack42 in Arnhem, the Netherlands. She is no stranger to OSAA. And if you were at HAR2009, OHM2013 or SHA2017, you entered through the gate that she built. Moem specializes in making things out of other things.


URLs for Moem

Other: https://hack42.nl/wiki/Gebruiker:Moem

Other: https://www.instructables.com/member/Moem/instructables/


Workshop Fun with Bleach

In this workshop, we will be making boring T-shirts into interesting, unique and cool T-shirts, using bleach and various techniques. Please bring your own boring T-shirts in darker colours; prints are OK and will remain in place. If you want to use existing (simple) designs and (simple) logos, print them on thick paper or thin cardboard and, you guessed it, bring them.

Scheduled Instances of "Fun with Bleach"


Workshop More fun with bleach

The Sunday workshop was tons of fun, let's do this again for those who missed out or want more.l In this workshop, we will be making boring T-shirts into interesting, unique and cool T-shirts, using bleach and various techniques. Please bring your own boring T-shirts in darker colours; prints are OK and will remain in place. If you want to use existing (simple) designs and (simple) logos, print them on thick paper or thin cardboard and, you guessed it, bring them.

Scheduled Instances of "More fun with bleach"


Workshop WhatTheHelmet

Life is dangerous, protect yourself! But do it in style. This workshop will teach you how to change a normal, boring hard hat / builder's helmet into a super cool, metal like cyberpunk helmet. It can look like rusty iron, pewter, bronze or copper and it can have letters or logos of your own design. Your friends will envy you and wonder how you suddenly got so cool and crafty.</br> The workshop consists of two parts: in the first, we prepare the helmet for painting, add faux welding seams, rivets, and other 3D decorations. Then we paint it. In the second part, we add the metal look for extra shinies. If you want to use weird objects, electronics or gears... bring them.</br> There is a 38 DKK fee for materials, which covers the helmet itself and everything else. It's possible (and probably lots of fun) for a parent and a child to work on a helmet together.

Scheduled Instances of "WhatTheHelmet"