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It's the Army of Darkness playing card!

Good Ash




and Bad Ash

Hail to the king, baby.
This is a silly/serious project I did during the month of September, 2002. I took a polaroid of myself every morning when I got up, to document my "morning-hair".
It sort of evolved into being more a study of my facial expressions (and moods), every morning.
At first, I just put the polaroids up on a closet door, then I made it into this final piece when I gave it to my brother as a gift.

The two pieces below are creations from a "metalworking" class I took sometime in between undergrad and grad school.
In the first, each piece of metal is attached to each other and then onto a piece of shaped plastic, raised-up from the surface. Wolves, moons, telescopes. The second is a little jar thing, made of copper and nickel, and the two little domes are actually silver.

                  

This necklace is made entirely of things I found on the ground (even the string). I think the message of this collage I made in high school, essentially, is "TV/media is bad." An origami flower
    A plaster "fish"
 On the left:
A mail sorter/caddy I made out of papier-mache.



On the right:
My version of an image from Neil Gaiman's Sandman, made with pen and ripped-paper.

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