This research explores the concept of inclusive innovation based on ICT, examining collective practices and creations from the Maker Movement (MM) in Brazil. The research results show that this Movement, which exists as a network of overlapping practices based on the principle of 'making', tries to break through the black box around manufacturing items and open it up to look at innovation differently. However, although the main actors promote inclusiveness to the public, who, due to maker spaces, now have access to endless creative options, other actors, who have historically been ignored when discussing innovation, are still excluded from this Movement. Therefore, the very concept of inclusive innovation needs to be reconsidered.