Design Manifesto

  Design Manifesto What do you believe?  I believe in a sustainable future and I think all design choices should be influenced by our changing and evolving planet. Thats not to say that we should prioritize function over form, but sustainable materials and thoughts throughout the design process should be at the top of the … Continue reading Design Manifesto


Final Project

Brainstorming: Week 1 (once approved): Rhino Files Schedule Laser cutting time for prototyping Week 2: Iterations have at least a cardboard prototype by 4/26 Week 3: Final iteration done Documentation Introduction: Artist Statement (200 word): Laser cut game "box" with interchangeable boards and drawer to hold games and game pieces in. I think it would … Continue reading Final Project

Final Project Proposal

Basic project concept- What are you making, and why? How are you going to create it? Sketches/mock-ups- Rough outline of what the final project will look like and do Rough timeline for completion- approximate deadlines for completing the stages of your project (modeling, prototyping, final fabrication, documentation, buffer time for mistakes, etc.) Brainstorming: custom wooden keyboard keys … Continue reading Final Project Proposal


Assignment 9

This one was way harder than I thought. I really wanted to do something with a map overlay, so I found a map of CU online. I wasn't sure how to represent this in a cool data visualization. I decided to go pretty simple because my computer couldn't keep up with rendered and graphical power … Continue reading Assignment 9


Project 3 – Pyramid Box

Artist Statement: Name: The all-seeing Box "There is nothing to hide" My partner and I had many ideas for this project, some were awesome but ultimately we were limited by time (project length and 3d-printer time). These ideas included a Morty Mr.Potato Head, Katana, Longboard wallet clip, and a Tripod Mount. If we had more time we … Continue reading Project 3 – Pyramid Box


Assignment 8

In Rhino, design a collection of simple objects that conceptually relate to one another. Your collection should consist of at least 4 different objects and each one should be at least slightly different in design. This is just a modeling exercise, you don’t need to 3d print these designs. Candles? I decided to go with … Continue reading Assignment 8


Assignment 7

Easy assignment, just to get the hang of 3d Printing stuff... Here is my simple design! Just a simple sphere with a base and an array of holes on the sides, I made it for hopefully being able to fidget with while in class.Lets see how it turns out after 3D printing! Failed print....:  Edit: … Continue reading Assignment 7