Gerry Arrington

Gerry Arrington is the production designer at CRAFT. In his spare time, he enjoys the creative life with his wife, Karen, son, Ethan, and their dog, Katie. He also makes stoneware ceramics that one editor says would make Mother Nature blush.

Author of these Magazine Articles

Repeating Patterns
Create beautiful patterns from simple geometry or refined shapes.
From CRAFT: 10: Celebrate! page 92

Illustrator for these Magazine Articles

Gravity Catapult
Get medieval with this portable, stowable, gravity-powered trebuchet.
From MAKE: 28: Toys and Games page 84

Beatjazz Controller
Wearable, wireless control network adds movement to musical performance.
In Build Notes from MAKE: 28: Toys and Games page 116

Archimedes and the Water Screw
Re-create the invention that quenched the Egyptian desert.
In Remaking History from MAKE: 28: Toys and Games page 170

The Daniell Cell
Make the electric battery that powered the scientific revolution.
In Remaking History from MAKE: 27: Robots page 170

Electroluminescent (EL) Wire
Bring glow into your projects by learning how to work this flexible, durable material.
In Skill Builder from MAKE: 21: Desktop Manufacturing page 142

Benjamin Franklin’s Electrical Experiments
Benjamin Franklin and electricity.
In Remaking History from MAKE: 21: Desktop Manufacturing page 168

The Garduino Garden Controller
Geeked-out gardening: use a microcontroller and simple sensors to give plants exactly the water and light they need.
From MAKE: 18: ReMake America page 90

Repeating Patterns
Create beautiful patterns from simple geometry or refined shapes.
From CRAFT: 10: Celebrate! page 92