Update: this is the third and possibly final prototype of the Eclipse clock. It looks a lot softer and more versatile in the Bourbon and Espresso stains but Halloween has been kicking in around here so I'm gravitating towards everything dark and witchy 🖤🍂
I keep telling myself I won't make another clock but I just can't seem to shake them. I think this one is inspired by the eclipse. I watched it from the path of totality at a little church on a hill in a little town in MO. It looked like a ring of blue fire. This is the first prototype of the design. The hour markers and center section are meant to look like little moons blocking out the sun.
Idk how to photograph this without revealing the utter chaos of my apartment but this is what I'm working on right now. It's a mobile of giant goldfish💕Each one is 16 x 11" and they're hanging from an 18" hexagon. The tiniest breeze sends them swimming. They still need to be tweaked and stained but they'll definitely be in the next collection along with the bird mobile
I'm working on a bird mobile and so far I'm pretty happy with it. Most of my mobile ideas don't make it past the prototype phase because they're too elaborate or fragile. This design is fairly minimal for me, it's also really soothing to watch. Each bird has a 16" wingspan and they hang from an 18" hexagon with rounded corners. The string is cotton twine and the stain I used is my custom "Bourbon" color, a deep caramel brown
Testing out some hand coasters 👋😊
A possible skull garland for Halloween? 🎃
This weekend you can see my Oakmoss clock at the "In All Ways a Woman" show at @shopthebreak in Greenpoint! It's curated by @kaylacamstra & @katherinemcmahon_. All proceeds go to @plannedparenthood #breakbabes #plannedparenthood
I'm really trying to make this scorpion mirror happen. If it makes it off the drawing board it will be a 22" x 35" wood laser-cut scorpion with a 12" convex/domed mirror. Fingers crossed
The new Sapling Clock in its natural environment by one of my favorite stockists @yourfriendsandneighbors in Cincinnati
A very delayed welcome to the Sapling clock. It's one of the designs I released at the end of 2016 but I never formally introduced it here. It's a continuation of the Wandering clock which was one of my first designs from 2012. There the patten is contained in a perfect circle and here it has broken free. Both designs were inspired by mossy forests with damp earth and snow melt. The Sapling clock is available on all of my online stores including my Etsy.