I’m lagging way behind on project updates, but here’s two snapshots of two things made recently: a birdhouse collaboration with my friend Chloë Miller and a desk I made for myself. Details to come.
Oof, I’ve been working like a complete madman this week finishing up this table for Adam Garcia. Finished within two hours with a one week turn around time to present at a First Friday show at Union Pine. Does that sentence even make sense? Anyways here’s a quick sneak peak photo, full write-up soon.
Here’s a preview of a personal project I’ve been working on called Diyline. It’s a tool/cutting template to create your own CD cases. I snapped these pictures as part of a work-in-progress presentation at Instrument IO for Design Week Portland. More to come later.
I made this from scrap 2×4’s and hardware laying around the shop. A pocket joint was created for the center support piece. The platform is 1/2” ply. It all breaks down and is assembled with one 1/2” wrench.
I’ve been hard at work the past couple of days finishing up this big rolling glass frame. It’s been a fun build, and I’m quite pleased with the process and final results. The client will be using it to shoot videos of artists, designers, and innovaters brainstorming/sketching on the glass. The amazing and talented Jon James Staton designed and managed the project.
Materials: glass, mdf, latex paint.