Monthly Archives: February 2011
Since moving to Berlin this media facade is probably the most exciting architectural-scale project that I have worked on. CRYSTAL MESH from autokolor on Vimeo. I was hired on as project manager from February ’07, to February ’08 — bringing … Continue reading
I hereby assert used to brazenly pretend that I was the first person to run lunchmeat through a laser cutter. The date was October 31, 2002. We called the project “Conspiracy Sandwich” and it was done for the mysterious Ming … Continue reading
I did a test to see how halftone would translate as a back-lit panel. Since we are neurologically predisposed to identifying eyes, I figured it would be the easiest image to discern at a relatively low resolution, and I went … Continue reading
An art piece titled “Nowhere to go” that I engineered for Fons Scheidon for his solo show at MU gallery in Eindhoven. NowhereToGo Tumbleweed from Fons Schiedon on Vimeo.
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