Over the last couple of years, I’ve interviewed Adam Savage a few times about making things, his love of space suits, and what he carries around in his bag. He’s a frequent speaker on all of those things, and I was a little surprised that he’s never written a book — until now. In May, he’s publishing Every Tool’s A Hammer: Life is What You Make It, which bounces between a personal memoir and treatise on the maker movement and creativity.
I recently picked up his book on a trip, and I blew through it. I’m a maker and cosplayer, and I felt as though every page spoke to me about something, whether it’s thinking about process and planning, building costumes, or leadership in an organization. It’s a book that’s applicable to more than just…
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