Infrared Camera Conversion

Posted in: Equipment, How To, Just Because- Oct 13, 2010

With my brother’s wedding approaching, I decided to tackle a project that had been on my list for a long time: converting my old Nikon D70 SLR camera to shoot infrared photos.

Read more

Laser Cut Acrylic Sign with Raised Letters

Posted in: Client Work, Product Development- Oct 04, 2010

If you’ve followed us long, you may have noticed that Absinthe Lounge has turned into a bit of a proving ground for some of our more exotic ideas. It’s been a good relationship for us, and so we recently set about replacing a piece of minor signage we did for them that we were never very satisfied with.
Read more

Laser Engraved Leather Wallets

Posted in: Materials, Product Development- Sep 29, 2010

When we started working with Dallas Designing Dreams, Arthur brought us pieces of a few different types and colors of leather to play with.

Read more

The Dangers of Undocumented Features

Posted in: Materials- Sep 20, 2010

Whenever you take advantage of an undocumented or unintentional characteristic in a product, there is a risk. Usually, you say that about something technical, but we got bitten by – of all things – paper. Read more

DFW Unplugged

Posted in: Community, Marketing- Sep 10, 2010

Well, I just survived a great night at DFW Unplugged put on by EventBright.  I met a lot of really cool people, and only inserted my foot in my mouth a few times – not bad for my first networking event.  Read more

Laser Cut Layered Acrylic Sign rev. 1

Posted in: Marketing- Aug 31, 2010

To begin to establish our business presence in the building, we needed a suitable sign. Since we are marketing ourselves as all around ‘Creative and Talented People You Should Buy Stuff From’, it had to be at least passingly cool, and we needed it quickly.  Read more