Laser cut Acrylic Absinthe Spoon

Posted in: Client Work, Product Development- Jun 23, 2010 No Comments

We have a bar in the basement called Absinthe that serves, of course, Absinthe, that controversial, formerly illegal alcoholic beverage. As is almost inevitable for a drink with such a reputation, there is a great deal of ritual associated with serving it…

Laser cut Eiffel Tower in Paper

Posted in: Just Because, Product Development- Jun 19, 2010 1 Comment

A 22″ tall scale replica of the Eiffel tower cut from paper and assembled without glue or fasteners.

Magician’s Business Card Laser Etched on Aluminum

Posted in: Materials, Product Development- May 28, 2010 No Comments

This is a business card concept we put together for sleight-of-hand magician Brian Nordstrom. We’ve recently gotten some very thin anodized aluminum and decided to try it on this. The black anodized is an amazingly high resolution material, and (obviously) capable of doing impressive reproductions of a photograph.

Laser Cut Photographer’s Business Card

Posted in: Marketing, Product Development- May 02, 2010 No Comments

As part of the brochure project for Gail Nogle, we were supplied with an image of Gail that was formatted as a frame of film. I immediately envisioned it as a business card and set to work re-creating the film markings in Illustrator so it could be extended to the width of a business card.

Laser Cut Wooden Business Card

Posted in: Materials, Product Development- Mar 14, 2010 No Comments

Business card prototype cut from 1/64″ (0.4mm) Birch Plywood with a 1lb wash coat of  shellac.

Laser Cut Lamp

Posted in: Just Because, Product Development- Feb 05, 2010 No Comments

One of our first serious projects, we produced these lamps as Christmas gifts for our friends and families.  We cut them from a variety of woods, including Cedar, African Padauk and Walnut.  It was our first project using hardwoods and it was definitely a learning experience.