It has been way too long since I’ve posted to my blog! I’m surprised I remember my login. After finishing grad school I started working at the University of Chicago, and most of the projects I’m working on can’t really be shared yet.
However, I have recently gotten really excited about lasers. Laser cutters specifically. I’ve been trying out a lot of different things including making jewelry.
I have some new projects I’m working on that I’m pretty excited about so keep your eyes peeled for future posts. What a gross phrase, right? I used it on purpose.
I made laser cut business cards a while back, and ever since I’ve been wanting more time to try out different projects.
The first thing I cut was a deer skull engraving I made for my grandfather for christmas. You might have seen the original drawing I did just for fun. Turns out the line work translates really well.
Smaller version of the deer skull made into a necklace.
Skull and Scalpel earrings
A sheet of Brachial Plexus drawings being engraved
Brachial Plexus in necklace form
Map of Niger
Map of Hawaii for my Dad’s birthday
Close up of the Big Island
Matboard prototype for a future acrylic necklace. Saw a laser cut dinosaur necklace online with unsatisfactory anatomy so I decided to make my own.