Personal project, still in the works.
Over the years, I’ve developed an extensive digital movie library. It’s gotten a bit too large for guests to browse through the library itself. To solve this problem, I’ve started a project to physically display my movie library in an organized and expandable manner for guests to browse. I am creating custom designed cards (the size of a business card) that can be displayed in a Rolodex or something similar in a manner where I can easily group them into genres and sort alphabetically. I’m also using designs that can be easily scaled to print as movie posters.
Designed for the 2014 Family Christmas Eve Cookie Contest
For as long as I can remember my mother has hosted a family Christmas Eve party, and for the second year in a row, this party has included a cookie contest. Last year I won with a sheet cookie in the form of a map of Middle Earth (I’ll make a post for this too). As the defending champion, I wanted to take it to the next level, something less 2-dimmensional. I also wanted to stick with the movie theme. So, I made the best damn Gates of Jurassic Park cookie you’ve ever seen!
Designed as the Greatest Wedding Gift Toaster of All Time!
It started more as a joke: “If you invite me to your wedding, my gift will be a toaster.” Is there a more cliché wedding gift than that? So when my best friend asked me to be a part of his wedding, I had to follow through. So I went to Walmart and bought the cheapest toaster I could find. (Though, to be fair, I also gave them a very nice coffee maker.) Of course, I made a few customizations before wrapping it up…