so weird… ad for Flavor Stone:

I wanted to see how my peers would respond to being labeled with a selection of fruits, vegetable or the tag, ‘fast food’.  This project is ongoing.  The photos are below and captions from short conversations I had with subjects as I was photographing them being distilled and will be up soon.  *All the shirts are size medium from Uniqlo and with custom vinyl stickers on the fronts and backs.
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we called it the “l’oven” project from the start because we loved doing it.  Building this neopolitan style wood burning pizza oven took around 3,000 hours of work and around 7,000 pounds of concrete and bricks. It feels incredibly satisfying to have finished it.  More polished process/final photo post coming soon.

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$11 for the back nine at 7AM? Best way to start the day.



Made a paper birthday present for my mom using the laser cutter, colored paper and thread.  I wanted to make something for her that could feel collaborative.

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Thanks MAD and Shapeways! Check out and order your own version of me in multiple materials here!


I was experimenting with ways to let concrete set formed around bubbles. Basically, I blew bubbles in a cup of setting Rockite with a straw. This is the result. It feels awesome but cracks easily when touched.




Had a craving for lamb tagine so I made some in the wood oven at the loft. It came out really well. Also made a fava bran and cucumber salad and a mint yogurt sauce. And citrus rice. And Mariel made some dough to make flat breads.





We’re hosting debates for our students tomorrow in class so I made some prizes for the winners. Yes, that’s Dave Beach rastered onto birch ply.