One of my first eBay wins was a bin of red lego pieces. This is some of what I made when it arrived... Continue to Post
It isn't like there aren't a number of better reasons the job was turned down. It's just that it was all colored by the possibility of having to spend a year or two in a place like this... Continue to Post
C. doesn’t have pierced ears, nor do I, so I had to use straight pins instead of scavenging some surgical steel loops…but given the former facts, no one is gonna be wearing these anyway... Continue to Post
The barcode is not ideal, but the one I created and had open for something else when this idea came to me.
Obviously it is a terrible idea to attract attention to a lock, but so is flashy luggage, notebook cases, etc. Wish I had the tools and know-how to mold a skin for a regular padlock. Maybe something for Shapeways... Continue to Post
From my brief stint on the teller line when I started working at a credit union, the year I graduated college. One of the less lethal office-supply works I created during this time (luckily I didn’t put anyone’s eye out with the helicopter).
I want to make a larger, to-scale version. Need to find the right means for fabrication.
It was “Pipe Cleaner Day.” Someone handed me two sticks in class. This is what I spontaneously created. It got crushed at some point, so the body language isn’t what it used to be.
What I like is that the couple are joined seamlessly, despite being two figures made of two pipe cleaners.