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Beer Coaster - My brother, Evan Munsing, is an athlete, scholar, and beer afficionado. To celebrate his well-roundedness, I designed a set of these coasters as a christmas present: a personal motto in Attic Greek, surrounding representations of his favorite hobbies (playing field hockey, reading history, and drinking beer). Commemoratively cut from the covers of old Encyclopedia Britannica volumes.

Designed in Inkscape and cut on an Epilog Legend 32 laser engraver.
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Beer Coaster - My brother, Evan Munsing, is an athlete, scholar, and beer afficionado. To celebrate his well-roundedness, I designed a set of these coasters as a christmas present: a personal motto in Attic Greek, surrounding representations of his favorite hobbies (playing field hockey, reading history, and drinking beer). Commemoratively cut from the covers of old Encyclopedia Britannica volumes.

Designed in Inkscape and cut on an Epilog Legend 32 laser engraver.
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Christmas House - Again using the school's laser cutter, this time to do 3-d engraving of acrylic. By cutting only open contours yet still melting through the entire sheet, the image is transformed into a sparkling representation which catches the light at every angle.

Traced by hand from a photo, using Inkscape.
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Christmas House - Again using the school's laser cutter, this time to do 3-d engraving of acrylic. By cutting only open contours yet still melting through the entire sheet, the image is transformed into a sparkling representation which catches the light at every angle.

Traced by hand from a photo, using Inkscape.
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Sketch of bicycle lugset - Drawn after spending winter break working at Tom Kellogg's shop, spectrum cycles: a blend of traditional lugging technology with modern TIG welding to create beautiful, hand-crafted steel lugs to celebrate the heritage and future of the steel frame.

I love bicycles.

Drawn in graphite on 24-lb watercolor paper.
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Real Men... - A cocky ululation of the joy of lugged-steel bike manufacture. This photo shows one of the first steps in handcrafting steel bicycle lugs, as the two tubes are brazed together by hand. Later, they will be shaped by hand, using carbide grinding tips, files, and sandpaper.

Taken at Spectrum Cycles, showing the work of craftsman Jeff Thomas.

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