A potty training problem turned hour long graphic design exercise, enter Weston’s Potty Chart.
Created a map for and was accepted into the FORESTED gallery exhibition with my piece, Green Forests. It studies the nature of forests for both wind farms and hardwood forests.
Using Adam Savage’s EDC 2 plans, we constructed bags from a recycled sail and retired climbing rope. It taught me how to sew and to use new materials.
Repairing a 120 year old chair by adding some of my own style and forcing myself to just go for it.
58 national parks dot the country and showcase all that this vast landscape has to offer. I designed a map to inspire us about what lies just beyond our front door.
With personal touches and a classic approach, our first child’s nursery design
Combining pieces of Americana with classic folk art, license plate maps capture the imagination and are a great source for conversation. Fitting in style with modern industrial all the way to an aspiring young geographer’s bedroom
Three friends in Northern Michigan have turned an agricultural process into a hobby. More importantly, the Sugar Shack is a place to enjoy each other’s company and sell some syrup.
Thoughtful and creative gifts can be difficult to come by. In a search for a timeless toddler gift, I stumbled upon wooden alphabet blocks and decided to design my own. The end product is a gift to a one year old that I am proud of and had the opportunity to learn along the way about how laser cutting and beeswax can be combined…