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.
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.
While creeping through the surplus area of my favorite electronics store, I found some awesome mid-century typography. Typographic Inspiration
A few graphic gems from the troves of secondhand dealers in Seattle’s vintage areas—
This image by the Pop Chart Lab tickles me on so many levels—an absolutely brilliant and artful representation of virtually…
The 2013 White Elephant season was kind to me and brought home a perfect etching mirror. I wanted to create…