I was inspired to start woodworking by the work of Roy Underhill, that amiable luddite woodworker from PBS’s The Woodwright’s Shop and wanted to make a poster of him to have in the shop. Print a copy via VistaPrint and have it delivered to your door!
An artist in Nashville (unknown who) put out this t-shirt that it’s sadly out of print at this point. It’s a mash-up of the Misfits logo and Taylor Swift’s name, and I’ve always thought it was clever so I decided to shake if off and make my own. Make your own with this print-ready image. Print to a a transparency, expose a light-emulsion-coated screen, wash out the rest, and print!
I’m an active guy, and often find myself eating on the move. I had tried other portable, reusabe utensils previously with mixed success, but I really like the CRKT Eat’n Tool. It’s compact, affordable, durable, multifunctional, and available in several colors and an XL size.
A few years ago I designed and manufactured an aluminum pencil box that I designed and built in my downtown Denver shop under the Form & Function Ltd. imprint. I am providing the blueprint for this so that you may build your own! Send this dxf file to any laser cutting service and have the design cut from 20 ga. aluminum sheet, and bend the edges on a box and pan brake.
Next steps: use fontforge to make it a reality!
Link to an article I wrote on sheet metal design for Instructables.com