A collection of my print work
Procedural graphics for machine operation at TechShop in San Francisco. More to come!
This project is part of a model development laboratory at San Francisco State University. The objective is to re-imagine the salt and pepper shaker.
An exercise to develop a concept for a writing utensil borrowing from the aesthetics of another designer. In this instance, I chose to examine James Dyson.
This sheet metal candle holder is a project from a product design course at San Francisco State as part of my undergraduate degree. The exercise is to construct a candle holder using available tools (simple sheet metal bending and cutting) and specified material.
This cardboard stool is mainly an experiment with new software (SolidThinking and 123d Make). I had a lot of fun with the fabrication and variations in form as 123d Make allowed for rapid generation of models. I think the finished product is pretty interesting: I ended up combining a desk chair from craigslist with the surprisingly sturdy cardboard top.