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Maker or Makers normally refers to an individual or a group of individuals that makes things either for themselves or others. Maker may refer to:
- The Maker (book), or Dreamtigers (1960), book by the Argentine author Jorge Luis Borges.
- Makers (magazine), the hardback book spinning off of the O'Reilly Media quarterly magazine Make which focuses on do-it-yourself (DIY) projects
- Makers, the 2009 novel by Cory Doctorow
- Makers: The New Industrial Revolution, the 2012 business book by Chris Anderson
- The Maker is an alias used by Ultimate Reed Richards
Film and television
- The Maker (film), 1997 American drama film
- Makers: Women Who Make America, a joint PBS-AOL video initiative formed in 2012 for recognizing trailblazing women; related PBS television series (2013)
- Makers (album), the 2006 album from Seattle singer-songwriter Rocky Votolato
- The Maker (album), 1994 album by guitarist Pat Martino
- The Makers (American band), a garage rock/rock-n-roll band from Spokane, Washington, formed in 1991
- The Makers (Australian band), a band formed around 1988
- Maker (surname), a surname
- Maker, Cornwall, a village in Britain
- Maker Studios, American company producing internet television channels
- T/Maker, personal computer software company
- Maker culture, contemporary culture, representing a technology-based extension of DIY culture
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