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    sticks straws sleeves and lids finishing out the year

    this bright spot on the wall is where the prints will go when they get back from being framed.this is how the year will end and it is also a little bit of how the year will begin.

     
     

    sticks straws sleeves and lids: progress on straws, sleeves and sticks

    the straws are starting to take shape. the trick has been to make them long enough that they hold a curve and themselves up but short enough that they do not snap and make an angle.been working on the interior passage of the sticks.the sleeves have decided to stay in place for the moment but Read more...

     
     

    sticks straws sleeves and lids: more progress

    began work on the straws yesterday.

    decided to turn off the fluorescent work lights for a bit just to see what some of the finished shadows and lighting might do.This is one of the nicest features of this gallery, the track lights. Unlike most galleries where you can either turn off or on or dim all Read more...

     
     

    sticks straws sleeves and lids: progress

    So far work on this show is moving along without incident. In honor of the solstice I am making it a short day and staying home for the evening,

     
     

    sticks straws sleeves and lids, laying the groundwork: first day on site

    seems like this is how it always begins, pictured are cases of sticks(courtesy of perfectstix.com), cases of lids(courtesy of solo plastics), and in the distance cases of sleeves(courtesy of java jacket).Today I began installing Sticks straws sleeves and lids in the McMaster gallery at The university of South Carolina. With this installation I am very Read more...

     
     

    vibrating coffee cup fabrication time

    So, with the impending end of my kickstarter fund drive, and the start of the installation of “Sticks, Straws, Sleeves and Lids” at The Mcmaster gallery at University of South Carolina, it was time to start making some vibrating coffee cups.
    At the heart of each vibrating coffee cup is the very special “mocha motor”, which Read more...