Posts Tagged ‘art’

From Sketch to Thing

Wednesday, May 11th, 2022

I love how close the final pieces are to the original napkin sketches Gabe BC made. I designed and built both of these pieces a few years back, but just came across the sketches today.

Video Sculpture

Hereafter Locket


Thursday, December 29th, 2011

I have the good fortune to be lending a hand on an incredible installation: Lumarca.

Lumarca is a volumetric display that allows viewers to experience digital animations in true three dimensional space. The video does not do it justice, the effect is pretty amazing in person. And this January 12th you can come and see it at Eyebeam.

The creators Albert Hwang and Matt Parker have done some incredible work, not to be missed.

For more information on the show check out

Drip Painting

Monday, July 11th, 2011

Drip Painting

I saw this fantastic drip painting on the sidewalk at Berry St and N 5th in Williamsburg. No idea who the artist is, I wish I could make paintings like this.

Side note: this is kind of what I think Jay Gatsby would like.

Exit Art Benefit Auction

Friday, May 20th, 2011

Jar Lamps at Exit Art auction

Another great event at Exit Art, the Outer Space Benefit Auction. And the people at Exit Art were nice enough to have my Bourbon Jar Lamps on display.

I had my eye on a Shepard Fairey print, but sadly I was out bid.

Egg Bot

Thursday, October 28th, 2010

I have got to get my hands on one of these. The Egg Bot is an art robot. More precisely, an incredibly clever printer, only instead of printing on flat paper, it prints on round things. Eggs, Christmas ornaments, golf balls, and my particular favorite, light bulbs.

Image from Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories

The designs it’s capable of creating are so cool. With light bulbs like these, who needs a lamp shade?

A cool video demo on Martha Stewart.

model citizen nyc

Wednesday, May 5th, 2010

model citizens nyc invite

I will be showing some pieces at model citizen nyc this Design Week. A bunch of new lamps, Monster Mirrors, Finn’s Army, Mobile Homes, and Rubber Origami Mobiles. There will also be a general store and a ton of great work to buy. I’m very excited to be showing among so many great designers and artists. If you are in the city, please come on by.

Opening night reception on May 15th 5-8PM.
531 West 36th St., 2nd Fl
(between 10th and 11th Ave)

Self Portrait

Thursday, March 4th, 2010

Ben Light Bulb

Toying With Art - Pics

Friday, November 13th, 2009

Toying with Art

Take a look at some of the pics taken last night at the Cameron Art Museum. It looks like it was a great event, I wish I could’ve been there.

Toying With Art

Thursday, November 12th, 2009

Toying With Art Invitation - Front

I have some very exciting news, I have two pieces in a show that is in a real live museum. Finn’s Army and Making Faces both got into the Toying with Art show at the Cameron Art Museum. The museum is in Wilmington, NC, and runs from November 13th to March 28.

There are some incredible artists involved and I am very flattered and humbled to be included.

The Drop Part 2

Tuesday, October 6th, 2009

Kiel set me up with a sweet location. The mobile was hanging over a fantastic table and bench from Bear and Lion. They make some fantastic furniture.

Tagged Mobile Homes at THE DROP

It was an incredible show. There was a piece by Yoko Ono, a Chuck Close spotting, live graffiti under the High Line, free booze. It was fantastic. Open till Oct. 17th, check it out if you can.


Go see Apartment Therapy’s post on it, much better pictures than I took.