The moodboard I created had a lot to do with love in the world and a separate category of time going by too quickly. I wanted to create a personal symbol which incorporated those two things so I chose to craft a ring with a design that looked like the hands of a clock. […]
For this assignment I had to create a necklace out of wood. This was an introductory assignment on working in the wood shop and creating something that connected with each other. I cut a hexagon shape out of cherry wood and connected the pieces together using metal connectors that had a screw end. Using wire, […]
I created this triangular prism shape with the given template supplied by my teacher. To connect the edges I cut out a similar binding shape and stuck envelope fasteners into the sides to make sure the chipboard was in place. This was by far my most favorite method to connect the polyhedrons because it came […]
I created this cube using clear plastic straws. I connected them with waxed twine which is a much more sturdier linear material and I inserted them multiple times into the straws to help them stand up better.
My moodboard is a compilation of magazine clippings that portray some of my most favorite interests. I also incorporated a string of twine and attached polaroids of some of my favorite moments. As described in class, I always think of the future. I’m constantly planning and thinking of the bigger picture and living in […]
These exercises were designed to help us work better with linear materials. Using yarn, cardboard, and wire, I outlined the silhouette of a cat. For the yarn cat, I used Elmer’s glue to glue down the white yarn and just filled in the body to add some texture. For the cardboard cat, I used […]