Trust, An Arrangement of Ash and Poplar
Flow, A Room Divider
I took a brief break from pure utility. I shaped and arranged pieces of Ash and Poplar inspired by their grain.
Folder, A Formal T-Shirt With A Special Phone Pocket
Open layouts are functional but I needed a flexible device to temporarily define our living and hustle spaces. A room divider made out of plenty of crumpled paper balls, two sheets of plywood, and some brute force.
Possible, A Habit Tracker
The bulge on my right pant pocket made by my oversized phone was uncomfortable, physically and visually. I coupled that problem with the desire I've had for some time to create a t-shirt I can use as a standalone top in settings that suggest a more tidy presentation. The outcome is a soft-to-the-skin t-shirt ready for nicer settings, summer, and to hold my big ass iPhone. Made to order. Limited run.
Sync, A Kit Of Minimal Benches
In our eternal struggle for improvement one value reigns over all others – consistency. I designed and made this Habit Tracker so the brass ball is rolled each day that you're successful. After a total of 7 days, one full week, move the pin to the next slot and carry on.
Sudor, A Cycling Bandana
A kit of minimal benches that could easily convert to a table with the quick addition of an optional marble top.
Plane, A Series Of Small Shelves
My brother is a dedicated cyclist. For his birthday, I scooped up some sweet gear from Rapha and made him a bandana to use under his helmet in order to keep the sweat away from the eyes.
Oak, A Small Mallet
A series of small shelves made with the constraints of lumber set at a singular thickness and held with screw joints.
Forecast, A Rack for Tomorrow’s Outfit
A handy mallet to help me drive through stubborn unions. Carved out hand grips to ensure a comfortable and stable grip while getting good work done.
Lift, A Projector Shelf
Tools for incremental improvements are my focus. With Forecast, I was determined to improve the morning routine by creating a versatile hanger to place tomorrow's clothes. Two soft edged hooks for tops and exercise gear as well as a soft edged rack for bottoms.
After testing out the standard metal projector base, I wanted to explore making a shelf for the projector instead. The shelf would position the projector properly for daily viewing but also support easy unmounting whenever we take it to the backyard or another room. I considered bringing the volume of the shelf down by painting it white but ultimately enjoyed the attention it requested.