Projects: Our Favourite Nick Zammeti Creations of 2021
If you’re a regular follower of Epoxycraft, you’ll know we like to feature artist, woodturner, maker, and Youtube star Nick Zammeti and the incredible creations he produces using Entropy Resins epoxy.
Nick has set himself some mind-blowing projects over the years, and last year was no different. We can’t wait to see what he has planned for us in 2022!
Epoxy Resin Dumbbells
For this project, Nick made these amazing epoxy dumbbells for the Ashville Aggregates new gym, using all sorts of junk, like washers, nuts, bolts, and a splash of Entropy Resins CCR Epoxy.
The Epoxy Electric Kettle
Perhaps the most ambitious project Nick took on in 2021; creating a working kettle made of epoxy. As Nick mentions, he doesn’t recommend using this kettle to make an actual cup of tea, but this experiment was incredibly fun to watch!
The Lego River Table
Have you ever seen a river table made from thousands of LEGO pieces, topped off with lights, a waterfall, and a built-in TV? One of Nick’s biggest projects in 2021, there is so much detail in this river table and we’ve never seen anything like it!
The Psychedelic Guitar
Nick took a stack of DVDs and turned them into this truly incredible, eye-catching guitar. This project really stretched Nick’s skills, coming up against numerous hurdles during the build. But Nick used his creativity to try new ideas and came out with a product that is something really special.
Makers Central 2022
Makers Central had its first-ever show in 2018 and by the following year, 9,000 hobbyists and creators flooded to NEC in Birmingham for 2 days of live demonstrations and discussions with makers from across the world.
After putting the 2020/21 show on hold due to the global pandemic, Nick and the team are now full steam ahead and returning to the NEC from 30th April – 1st May 2022. They are expecting this year to be the biggest and best show yet. You can find out more about the Makers Central event here.
You can follow Nick Zammeti on Instagram and watch more of his project builds on Youtube here.