Category: Projects

26 Sep

Translating Interdimentional Loops From Paper to Wood

In my latest session with the laser cutter at Maker Labs last week I used the time to cut a more complicated design. The piece is based on a drawing I did over the summer (as part of the daily drawings on circles) and spent a considerable amount of time carefully tracing it in illustrator. […]

01 Aug

Mobile Studio: Daily Drawings in Four, Part 3

My series of daily drawings on 3.5 inch paper circles wrapped up as of yesterday when I finished the sixtieth one. The stack of them measures about 3/4 of an inch high, which is not a lot, but equals two months of sketchbook work capturing ideas. See the previous sets here and here. I’m a […]

04 Jul

Mobile Studio: Daily Drawings in Four Part 2

As of this past weekend, I am halfway through my series of daily drawings in sets of four. It’s exciting when the work accumulates into a small pile over time. Set 4 – exploring layers scribbles inspired by graffiti on buildings around the streets of Berlin. Set 5 – exploring a design inspired by the […]

13 Jun

Mobile Studio: Daily Drawings in Four

While I am once again away from my regular studio for two months, this time for good reasons, I am working on another daily project. Before leaving home I used a circle punch to make sixty circles with a diameter of 3.5 inches from red, grey, black, and white card stock with the idea I […]

07 May

Making & Printing for Build It Day

Last week I collaborated with my co-worker Rachel Teo (yes, we have the same first name) on a printing project for Build It Day at Steamclock Software. It’s an internal event we’ve started to have every six months to give everyone the opportunity to work on a personal project. Rach and I usually collaborate on […]

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