Jeremie recycles plastic bottles to fashion a jetpack, uses a lens from 3D glasses to make a filter for his digital camera, and prints colourful designs onto paper using unusual tools: shaving cream and food colouring!
Jeremie uses paper plates to make a spaceship – complete with marble windows, makes a kaleidoscope out of a takeout container lid and some plastic bits, and a nightlight out of a plastic bottle, a puck light, some decorated paper, and a special trick!
Jeremie shows us how to create an underwater scene using homemade modeling clay. He also gives tips on creating special affects for a movie set in space, and makes a light bright robot head with a milk carton and some paint.
Using cardboard, straws, and a magnet, Jeremie makes a swoopy bird – a bird that can swoop down and pick up metal. Jeremie uses string and broken crayons to make a mosaic image of Arty, and simple shapes cut out of paper to make ponies.
Jeremie creates a turtle box out of a takeout container, a plastic container, and newspaper. Jeremie then makes a pixelator – a screen to transform your television to a moving light show – and house of cards that won’t fall down!
Jeremie uses felt, clothespins, glue, and a balloon to make a roman helmet. He then creates an infinity box out of a box and LED lights. The lights look like they go on forever! Then using paper, Jeremie makes an origami lion.
Using an old necktie and a wire hanger, Jeremie Artzookas a necktie snake. Then Jeremie makes a checkerboard, using a Styrofoam plate and some paint to print the squares! Jeremie then makes a horse sculpture using corrugated cardboard and glue.
Jeremie uses paper plates, a cardboard tube, and an elastic band to make a singing puppet; more cardboard tubes, straws, cardboard, and magnifying glasses to make 3D glasses; and, old stockings, straws, and a wiffle ball to make a stocking pig.
Using a plastic bottle, Jeremie makes a surprise bank with secret compartment. Then, Jeremie creates a bag using old CDs and DVDs. Jeremie then uses cardboard, a Styrofoam ball, popcorn, and bubble wrap to Artzooka a popcorn clown.
Rice and balloons are all Jeremie uses to make incredible juggling balls. Then, Jeremie creates a thunderbird out of a box, cardboard, and cardboard tubes. Jeremie then makes an Artzooka bat out of dough, a sheet of plastic, and paint.
Jeremie Artzookas an amazing magnetic town, using a metal cooking tray as a base. Jeremie then makes stickers out of paper, glue, vinegar, and a sheet of plastic. Rubbing crayons on paper over textured surfaces, Jeremie creates a wonderfully textured image of Arty.