This is a towel hook design for weirdos who insist on hanging their bath towels after using them. It even has a secondary hook for – and this is truly bizarre – those who have more than one towel. I’m not sure why I even bothered making this, the floor is a perfectly good place to park a lone towel, if you ask me.
Continue reading ➞ Hitchhiker’s Guide Towel Hook
The folks at Loot Crate invited me to put together a “Dream Crate” of my own design, and being a fan of their geeky subscription service I couldn’t resist! After much deliberation I settled on a theme: the 80’s.
Continue reading ➞ My Dream Loot Crate
Please forgive the bare-bones look of this design (more on that later), I just wanted to express an idea for a living/mechanical book display, one that operates without using electrical power. There’s a fair bit going on here so I didn’t want to clutter it up. See it in action after the jump.
Continue reading ➞ Hogwarts Express Book Display
Yet another comic book shelf/display, however this is a very simple concept: the end result looks like panels in a comic book page. This is made possible by using shelves with vertical dividers, populated by comic book holders with images on the ‘spines’ to form the panel art.
Continue reading ➞ Comic Book Panel Shelves
What you see above is a very generic-looking jewelry box for Lord of the Rings, but I want you to ignore how it looks. This idea is about one very simple feature that’s inside the box. Let’s have a look after the jump.
Continue reading ➞ Lord Of The Rings Jewelry Box
Whenever possible I like to use film props as the basis for a Blu-Ray special edition cases, and for WALL-E I thought I’d use a simple but striking prop seen briefly in the film, the recolonization manual (or Manuel, as the captain called it). It’s a cool-looking book with an illuminated leaf emblem on the cover.
Continue reading ➞ WALL-E Blu-Ray Case
You can purchase a high-res poster of this image here (or click the image).
Not sure why I love to do replica art these days. Maybe it’s because I like the notion of having a souvenir from a film on my wall. And because I’m all about products here, I can at least craft these for people to acquire.
Continue reading ➞ The Shining’s Overlook Maze Map