It turns out the laser in the studio can also cut this thicker paper-like stuff called wood. So, here is my first go at a little hardwood box with a spiral inlay. Cherry and maple. 2.5 inches square and 1.55 inches tall. Designed in Inkscape.
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Spiraling! This w-fold kirigami pop up was my 2018-2019 holiday card. It’s possible I am obsessed with Celtic spiral patterns. I have been busy getting this year’s cards out the door but, wanted to share this one with everyone. May your holidays be bright and full of cheer!

A modified hexasphericon. Why? What did you make to try out your new 3D resin printer? Thanks to @makersmuse@twitter.com for the model!

Canopy glowing
A slow dance with the summer
So soon autumn looms.
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Such beautiful light under the canopy of this wonderful tree in the Portland Japanese Garden when I visited a few weeks ago. Difficult to capture the magical glow in a photograph.
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Wahclella Falls falls is one of the few parts of the Eagle Creek wilderness area in Oregon’s Columbia Gorge to re-open so far after 2017’s 50,000 acre fire. Excited that I got out to see it during my recent trip.
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New XOXO origamic architecture / kirigami pop up card in honor of the 2019 XOXO festival. Pattern, instructions and video walkthrough for making one by hand at the EvermoreStud.io site.
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My new phoenix pop up card! I made a bunch of these. I will have some out at Phoenix Fan Fusion this weekend. If you see me and, want one, hit me up.

Excited to have scored some of Mr. Takaaki Kihara's origamic architecture pop up cards for the PopUpCardShop. Sydney Opera House and Swan are both in stock and shipping! popupcardshop.com/pop-up-cards

Have you ever been making something and, suddenly had an idea for an entirely different thing to do with it? Blackwing graphite pencil rubbing on rice paper of my Snowflake Celtic knotwork mandala design laser-etched in Baltic birch.
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Fishhugger acrylic stand-up logo – a quick photo prop for my friends the Fishhuggers. The logo design is based on a petroglyph thought to represent an ancient fisher. This is 3 layers of laser-cut acrylic, welded with acrylic cement and slotted into the base. This took about an hour from start to finish.

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