Making custom faux wood paving stones.
Here are some in-progress shots of a batch of our concrete pavers. These photos show four of our first custom designs. The next designs are currently being formulated and won't be so fish-centric. All of the pavers were made on the porch of my own (tiny) apartment from homemade silicone molds. You might recognize the fish art … Continue reading Designing and Making Custom Cement Pavers
I discovered a neat trick with an older project of mine, once you burn your candle down to the bottom you can use it as a planter. There is even already a hole in the bottom from the wick. I switched to a smaller diameter wick with the 2nd batch of candles I made so … Continue reading Stump Candle Update
Finalized (well...maybe..that is an awfully strong word) Snappy. The inverted image is for dying fabrics or stencils where I want the white to be the part that gets colored.
Tonight is the night of the Trigger Design Show in NYC. I had a great time making my piece and it is exciting to be exhibiting with such a diverse group of talented people. I'm getting some photos taken of my piece in the space so hopefully I will have those to post soon. Other … Continue reading Tonight’s the Night
My design will on display at the Trigger Design Show NYC during NYC x Design week. The theme of the show is Gun Violence, and my entry is called "Guts". I am excited to see everybody's work and how the show turns out. The apples are 3-D printed ceramics, and the guts are hand-painted silicone. My Artist Statement: Entry … Continue reading Trigger Design Show NYC
I have been working on a ceramic tile design. I wanted to see if I could 3-D print a prototype in plastic and then make a plaster mold for production. I have learned it is pretty tricky to produce an interesting 3-dimensional image in such a shallow relief. I like this one, but I have … Continue reading Ceramic Tile Design: Sea Sponge Inspired