Unfortunately, I had my laptop stolen last night, which puts yet another crimp in how fast work will progress.
In better news, people have been making beautiful things:
Building-side address sign for my neighbor.
Even the scraps from people’s projects become beautiful artwork.
See these mosaics by my coworker Kendrick:
Scraps were painted to make ornaments and fridge magnets by Elise Koncsek:
Pick guard. Picked up this afternoon and looks beautiful!
Been a while:
More wedding and Burning Man stuff this year.
I’m increasing my prices to keep it the same as when I first started Zot to account for inflation. I still don’t charge setup, design, or other fees, though I almost certainly should. You can still feel free to tip, however.
A few examples:
Lately I’ve had a lot (a LOT!) of engraving on wedding pint glasses, candle-holders, and other accouterments. Some beautiful and crafty people doing their weddings this year!
Also made stencils for local artist Sarah Teasdale.
Of course I also have ongoing work for Elise Koncsek, tabletops for a local pub, name tags for various businesses, random parts to I-don’t-even-know-what, and various other one-off projects.
On a personal front I’m trying to get funding for a project for installation both near home and at Burning Man. Unfortunately I haven’t heard back from any of the half-dozen or so grants I’ve applied for.
Recent work done for Kasia Rozanska.