Aircraft plywood. Originally a study of modules that would create a wooden textile, these pieces were later left separate and transformed into a puzzle challenge.
Paper. A quirky set of playing cards depicting well-known existentialist writers as the face cards and their quotes as the number cards. Drawn in pen and ink and digitally colored. Available for purchase at: https://www.etsy.com/listing/105588363/existentialist-playing-cards
Paper, plastic, cookies, chocolate, dried cherries, nuts, caramel, marshmallow cream. A new take on a box of chocolates that brings elegance to playing with your food- and you get to make all the decisions, pairing together different types of chocolates, shortbreads, and fillings.
Maple and mahogany. The board is separated in two, and one person holds on to each half. When they meet, a dovetail slider connects the two and allows the game to be played. Since each person only owns half of the board, the game can only be played with the other partner, making it an activity that is exclusively shared by two people.
Various wood species.