Approx. 4’ x 2’ dia. Foam structure with poly velour, acrylic felt, silver lamé, merino yarn, fiberglass screen mesh, poly fiberfill stuffing, interfacing, poly and nylon thread, cotton muslin lining, cotton straps, stainless steel snaps, spray paint, fabric paint. Commissioned for a video series by The Bold Italic.
Some close-ups of the “fillings”:
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Make it super! For the die-hard enthusiast, now you can have your burrito and spoon it, too. Standing as tall as a beefy second-grader, this burrito makes an excellent body pillow or imaginary friend, who will never judge you for scarfing the half you were going to save for dinner even though you’re already full. Commissioned to illustrate the “Make It Super” story (and join the new online store) in issue #4 of The Bold Italic magazine.
Fleece, acrylic felt, polyfill stuffing, silver lame, 100% merino wool felt, cotton/poly thread, acid-free fabric glue. 38” L x 14” dia.
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“Rayola” sad crayon plush toy design, based on an original painting by Travis Lampe.
Fleece, felt, polyester fiberfill stuffing, thread, PET pellets, screenprint. Approx. 14” x 4” dia.
Available in full color or grayscale here.
(Sorry for the less-than-stellar photos)
Commissioned by the Society for Contemporary Craft in Pittsburgh, PA for their exhibition titled, “DIY: a Revolution in Handicrafts.”
Originally set up at the SCC’s “EAT Space” (now traveling with the exhibition), the installation includes a deli case filled with five handmade, soft sculpture meat trays, four large soft sculpture meats to be hung from the ceiling behind the deli case (pictured here on shelf), a life-sized meat locker drawing, and a “menu.”
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Leonardo the Octopus, my very first Deep Creep, will be making his debut in the Bazaar Bizarre pavilion at the Bay Area Maker Faire. The Maker Faire takes place at the San Mateo Fairgrounds next Saturday and Sunday, May 21st-22nd. If you’ve never been to the Maker Faire before, grab your friends and/or your kids and make a day of it. Never will you see so much human creativity, ingenuity and fun in one place.
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