Last week I found an amazing website called Selfless Portraits. It encourages users to “Join strangers across the world drawing each other’s Facebook profile pictures.” Wordy, yes, but incredibly fun. Here are my first three submissions.
The Soil Of San Francisco
I put together this map to show you that a decent amount of of San Francisco’s 49 square miles is not actual land. If “the big one” hits, I hope you’re inland because the green and brown areas are going straight into the bay. But anyway… I hope you like the map.
Behold, my latest costume: A monster mask! It was created using a seat cushion, three Sharpie markers and black duct tape. It’s not great and I can’t really hear while wearing it, but it’ll do just fine in my office costume contest.
Geocaching Signature Item
Behold, my brand new geocaching signature item! Last weekend I got to leave a few of these “coins” in geocaches around Lake Tahoe. It felt great to finally have an official leave-behind.
Limited print run of 1,000 with each coin individually numbered with a fine-point Sharpie
Constructed of durable weatherproof plastic but also thin enough to bend and fit inside bison tubes and other small geocaches
2”x2” size allows it to fit in most geocaches, including an Altoids tin, a very common container
A fun takeaway item for geocachers like myself, who like collecting these signature cards
Mini Creepy Naked Baby Dangle Earrings
The other day I stopped by Fantastico, a bizarre San Francisco store that sells nothing but synthetic flowers and party supplies. While perusing the aisles, I found several bags of small plastic babies that, I assume, were intended for baby showers. But I wanted them for a different reason: To make really creepy earrings.
DIY Duct Tape Wallet
A few weeks ago I lost my blue wallet while playing mini golf in the East Bay. I looked for a replacement but came up short. I had only one other option: Buy a roll of blue Duct tape and handcraft a custom wallet. Anyway, here it is.
Pocket Factory Logo Concepts
Here are a few mocks of a logo that I’m currently designing. The project details are top secret at the moment, so I can’t say much else. The logo itself is very literal: A pocket with factory smoke stacks and smoke. Does it work? If so, which one is best?