Justice League Art of Geek Challenge | November 2017

The Art of Geek Challenge is a monthly, just for fun, geek-themed maker challenge inspired by movies, tv shows, comic books and more.

November's Theme

November's theme for the Art of Geek Challenge was Justice League coinciding with the release of Justice League movie. Participants had the entire month of November to create something inspired by the Justice League universe. Check out the hashtag #aogjustice to view all the Instagram posts for November's challenge. Winners for the challenge are determined by top votes from the community.

First Place: 

Justice League themed jewelry holders by @cyclocrosscutter.

Second Place:

Dark Knight themed table by @family_guy_diy.

My *official* entry into the November @artofgeekchallenge #aogjustice! ⬅️Swipe for video coverage and more photos⬅️ Where does Batman set his alarm clock when he goes to sleep? On his Dark Knight-stand of course! {Batman = The Dark Knight. Night stand. The Dark Knight-stand!! 😁😃😅 - C'mon! That's funny!!} It also has an accompanying Wonder Woman decorative front skirt. I hope you enjoy! My son is DROOLING to get it in his bedroom! . . . . . #justiceleague #batman #geek #dc #maker #artofgeekchallenge #superman #make #comic #dccomics #geekmaking #geeky #cyborg #darkknight #wonderwoman #comics #geekcraft #aquaman #makersgonnamake #flash #superhero #artofgeek #nerd #justiceleague #art #woodworking #BuiltByBradInBuffalo #Family_Guy_DIY #WhereDoesBatmanSetHisAlarmClock
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Third Place:

Dark Knight themed night light by @garret.slezak.

Other Entries:

Justice League inspired set of Turks Tugs by @terminusvox.

Glow in the dark Kryptonite soap by @nerdymaker.

Justice League themed sign by @sawdustisfun.

Batman Mandela dot art sign by @without_warning_woodcrafts.


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