In just one week, I sewed two blueberry costumes for me and my girlfriend.
I first made a paper model to work out the measurements, then used it as a pattern. The blueberries are lined with batting, filled with stuffing, and hand-stitched onto a blue t-shirt.
Modelled after one of the characters in the movie The Warriors. I made the necklace, armbands, and headbands, but called in a professional (my mom) for the vest.
BMO Kindle Sleeve
A hand-stitched Kindle sleeve of the BMO character from the cartoon Adventure Time.
A plush burrito, complete with rice, beans, cheese, lettuce, tortilla, and wrapped in foil.
Little doll versions of me and my girlfriend, hand-sewn from felt.
Laser Security System
I sketched a few concepts for a security drone that would target guests of a walk-through adventure room. My intent was to explore different designs that could evoke different feelings within the guests.
See the website I designed to present my ideas here.
A plush horse wearing boots.
A friend of mine held an ornament decorating party, painting little wooden reindeer (which I helped laser cut). Mine was dressed as a ninja turtle.
A fluffy sheep.
BMO Phone Sleeve
A hand-stitched phone sleeve of the BMO character from the cartoon Adventure Time.
A life-size stuffed animal modelled after the character from the cartoon Adventure Time.
A quick disguise when you need it. These hold on to the septum in your nose—unfortunately not one-size-fits-all. They make for the perfect gift to give to that fun, two-piece band you just saw.
An 8’x6’ scene I made for my Stagecraft class. I sketched the scene on cardstock, then cut out the pieces and arranged them in layers. Then I projected them onto 0.5” thick MDF, traced and cut them out.
It's painted with a fire retardant base then final paint job. I also sewed a plush apple to hang from one of the branches.
November – December 2009
I created a plush apple for my wooden Halloween scene art project.
I sewed a pair of Aladdin pants to complete the vest, hat and sash my mom made for me.