One of my favorite design books!
Today while walking around my neighborhood my friend and I found a book on the illustrations and making of Beatrix Potter and Peter Rabbit. Got it for 10 bucks!
I made some glow in the dark buttons for my jellyfish lantern.
Making a jellyfish lantern for kids.
Watercolor texture image printed onto a frosted paper then I molded plastic with glow in the dark powder to make tentacles. Oh and…black light.
Making a camera that allows kids to experiment with color mixing. My friend is helping me 3D print it! Here is what it looks like in SolidWorks right now.
Working on St.Patricks day finishing up my first mechanical for a soft cover of Iggy Loomis- Superkid in Training!
Some little illustrations I did for two of my friend’s birthdays! 22 lines and 22 dots for 22 years.
Just busted out this children’s pull toy in the past week.
Its name is Lil’ Sheeba.
Prototype made of chipboard, painted canvas, fabric, string, wooden wheels/rods and a bow made from a cut up tank top.
A mix of all my homes.
another experiment with disposable cameras.
Pictures taken in:
Long Island, Brooklyn, Florida.
PollyEggs - by Rachel Caires
Matryoshka dolls, also known as Russian Nesting Dolls, have been fun puzzle toys for children for years. Here is my spinoff of this everlasting toy. Stages of a Frog.
Acrylic on wood.
Finished matryoshka dolls! Called Pollyeggs!
Acrylic gouache on wood.