I’ve put a series of brand new things up on the Sleek and Destroy Etsy page. I’ve got a series of T-Rex and human skull puzzles, some hyper gothic Petrine Cross earrings, and some chunky retro Paint Drip earrings. Everything’s black and white, laser cut, and gorgeous.Continue reading
Do you know what a cool story is? A cool story is the kind of story your effervescent neighbor at the bar slurs at your for ten minutes straight, sans consonants, while using his Molson as a crutch. At the conclusion of such a story, such a fine story with such depth and richness, it’s apt to stand up, bow slightly, and leave with the following bon mot : “Cool story, bro.“Continue reading
Everybody loves T-Rex, though the mix of tender admiration and outright fear can get a bit muddy at times. If you prefer your Tyrannosaurus dead, as opposed to roaming free during a tropical storm on a dinosaur island, you may care for these little T-Rex Skull pendants, cufflinks, earrings, and rings. They’re fancy and completely immune to the effects of chaos theory.
Remember the days of the enormous terrible lizards.Continue reading
I’m releasing a new design up on Sleek and Destroy. If you’ve ever wanted to adorn your wrists with something meme-tastic, sensational, and entirely geeky they might just be your bag. If cufflinks aren’t quite your style, you might consider courage wolf earrings, pendants, or rings.Continue reading
I’ve just opened up a store called Sleek and Destroy. I’m filling it with awesome, stylish, nerdy goodies. I’m starting out by releasing a new laser cut piece every week. Currently you can find a selection of jewelry featuring Guy Fawkes, the iconic symbol of the shadowy hacker group Anonymous, and some utterly incredible raptors. They’ll make you want to don a white suit, complete with Colnel Sanders beard, and found your own dinosaur island.Continue reading
Daguerreotypes are early silver photographs. They’re made by light from a lens subtly changing the reflectivity of the very outer surface of the metal on a polished silver plate. Though they’re beautiful, I thought I could get the effect in a much simpler manner.
These prints were actually made by laser etching the back of mirrored sheets enough to distort the reflective film, but not to cut through it. The result is the holographic, illusory image you see here.Continue reading