Some things just need to exist.
They call themselves into existence because there is a space for them in the universe that cannot be filled by anything else.
Sometimes they exist to demonstrate the truth of the phrase “Be careful what you wish for…”
Sometimes there is a back story. Sometimes there isn’t. Sometimes the back story is too convoluted to explain.
Faux copper sheeting on the walls of a teal storage case, backed by laser cut washing-line details.
Featherlight cubes of walnut ply – 1mm thick, and cutaway until very little remains.
Laser cut plywood and acrylic.
First experiment in a long, long spiral. 3mm Pine plywood cut with a single movement into a 3mm x 3mm spiralised strip.
City skylines to commemorate the world tour – London, Paris, New York.
A laser cut hanging tea light lantern made to specifically hold what I remember to be a pesto jar. Or possibly pasta sauce.
Lasercut leather and walnut earring experiments.
Miniature representations of the Sony Walkman in 3mm black acrylic. These were a proof of concept version to check just how small it could be before the details would star to be lost. This size worked.
Upcycled hunting trophies mounted on wooden plaques. The trophies themselves are gathered from markets, op shops and garage sales, with plaques either recycled from Reverse Garbage in Brisbane, or made to fit.
Translucent acrylic cactus with perching bird designed to fit into a plastic tumbler from a well known housewares and furniture store.
Custom designed and constructed box for holding a limited quantity of M&Ms, Skittles or alternative hard shelled candy or chocolates.
Can you laser etch marshmallows?
Too many layers. Too many circles. A project I learned something from…
Double layered laser cut stars formed into a fruit bowl. This one is twelve sided. Other variations were deliberately prime numbers for the points.