In coming months, I intend to build an electro-mechanical arcade game, and I’ll use at least a handful of historically (in)authentic methods to pull it off.
Depending on how you see it, this light box cost between $15 and $1,430 to make. Regardless, it looks awesome and I’m excited to make more.
This is a brilliantly simple electro-mechanical game, but there are nearly infinite ways the basic principles can be extended.
For Christmas 2016, my girlfriend and I made nightlights for her infant “niece” and “nephew”. Next steps: 1.) Launch Auntie Jenna’s Nite Lite Co., 2.) Profit.
Due to a programming error, my X-Carve cut the cedar sign almost 10x too fast. After some epoxy resin + pigment, it still turned out amazingly well.
This image by the Pop Chart Lab tickles me on so many levels—an absolutely brilliant and artful representation of virtually…
When a good buddy asked me to cut vinyl graphics for his landscaping truck, I jumped at the chance to see if I could succeed at that scale.