The flat boombox was developed throughout my final project at the Royal College of Art. This object is the result of an exploration of how flat electronics will change the typology of consumer electronics. A flat film-speaker component is housed by a 0.5mm thick sheet of acid-etched stainless steel. Flat printable electronics enable a reducing volume, materials and components.
A bicycle handlebar that is made of genuine deer antlers and recycled metal.
I originally came up with the concept of Moniker Cycle Horns while participating in the World’s Longest Yard Sale on Route 127 in 2010, an event I look forward to do every year. While traveling the sale I found a pair of genuine deer antlers a local man was selling somewhere in Kentucky. As a cyclist I thought it would be clever to create bicycle handlebars made of animal horns and antlers.
The final product was eventually put to life as a Package Design assignment for my Fall 2012 Senior Project class with Michael Gerbino at Pratt Institute.