Archive for the ‘Art and Design’ Category
The alien torch- finally documented! After practically a year, I’ve finally put up the photos/descriptions I was planning for the Alien Torch! What is the alien torch? You may have seen the thumbnail on the homepage recently– Now, for your visual pleasure, check out all the photos here! This is my first try at the […]
In: Art and Design, Machining
Go ahead- check it out! I’ve reworked the site to remove some focus from the blog, in order to make it less formal and hopefully increase posting volume to keep it more current. Shorter, more frequent updates. The main meat of the site will be static pages describing my more complete or noteworthy projects, which […]
In: Art and Design, Life and Times, Projects
With only two posts in the last nine months I thought it was time to make provide another missive as proof of my continuing existence… I’ve been toying with an idea, likely never to make it into the material world, but fun nonetheless: The “faceless watch”, an idea I haven’t seen before. With a ring […]
I’m a sucker for vehicular gauges. I have been for a long time. I’ve collected junkyard gauges- I’ve got ideas for gauges I’d like to make for vehicles I’d like to make (you know how it is). Last weekend’s visit to the MVTF was good fodder for some good gauge photos.
At the Hudson Club meet at the Portola Valley Military Vehicle Technology Foundation (MVTF) we were given a tour of the massive (literally) collection of tanks, engines, guns, shells, jeeps and various tracked and 4, 8, 12,… wheeled killing machines. While that’s not really my cup of tea, I wandered around and found a few […]
In: Art and Design, Life and Times, Photo Journo
In: Art and Design, Racing
I made myself some business cards last night- meet me in person and I’ll give you one! They’re simply laser-printed on off-white 110# card stock. It’s not as heavy as typical business card stock, but I think it’s good enough.
In: Art and Design, Life and Times
Sometimes you’ve got to write a script- like to generate a wreath out of cams… but for some things you’ve just got to bust out the magic markers and rubber bands- Gave me just the information I needed-
Lately I’ve been working on drawing up some graphic desgin ideas I’ve had, mostly centering around the race team “Project Fate”… thinking along the lines of logos to try to figure out a team identity, aesthetic- imagery of engines, oil stuff, with a sort of old fashioned simple powerful monochrome theme. I’ve been working in […]