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Vintage Preservation Project

For my final project in my Sculpture Studio at Sam Fox, I created a multi-box display, presented in a similar vein to that of a department store floor display. The goal was to visually represent my own, somewhat ironic nostalgia for a past I never knew. I have an affinity for the 1960s and 1970s, as I studied bands like Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, and The Beatles when learning guitar. I also collect vinyl records and enjoy classic films.

When designing the project, the goal was to create wooden boxes with plexiglass windows that looked somewhat decayed or left to collect dust. The technical challenges and precision needed to craft the boxes required long hours learning how to use the table and chop saw, but it was all worth it.


Each box is filled with different items from the past. The contents range from band t-shirts from the 60s and 70s, a World War II bomber jacket, and old wash denim clothing. 

Hammerhead Dream

In this piece, I aimed to combine my interests in 3D artwork with my fascinations with ink drawings and graphic design, each element playing an equal part in the presentation of the final product. 


The piece uses a sheet of acetate as its first layer, on which Hammerhead sharks are drawn with a Micron pen. The second layer is a graphic depicting marine life and scuba diving imagery with a slight gradient, with holes cut to reveal the contours of various sharks. All of this is housed in a raised transparent frame, backlit by cool blue light.​

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