Kerasilk tabletop display. I drew the flower shapes and created vectors to be cut on CNC. The cut paper was then applied to the acrylic base and the petals were popped-out by hand.
Acrylic letter set. I created the artwork that was printed second-surface on the acrylic which was designed to fit into tabletop bases. It was a value-engineered solution for a client whose budget could not accommodate 3D letter forms.
Craft pizza. These crafty pizzas were used in J.Crew windows. I designed and built the prototypes that were rolled out to a finishing team for the final production run.
Arcylic catch. I proposed this simple design for a slip-through acrylic catch to hold cosmetic products open on their displays. It was suggested to cut back on handwork needed to heat-bend the current style, and create a cleaner look than gluing feet onto the face of the board.
Too Faced corporate entry sign. I had a blast experimenting with different combinations of sequins, glitter and beads to create the right look to encrust these dimensional letters for the Too Faced corporate office.