Brooklyn-based artists SpaceWolf Limited create beautifully engraved wooden posters for beloved movies and TV shows. Each image is created in a limited run of 50 pieces on US-sourced cherry hardwood that’s laser-engraved and then hand-oiled. They also make engraved wooden iPhone skins, journals and laser-cut wooden jewelry.

Visit the SpaceWolf Limited website to check out more of their work and follow them on Instagram to keep up with their latest creations.

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Guardians of the Galaxy Laser Engraved Wood Portrait

Using laser engraving, Robert Loukotka created these wonderful portraits of Groot, Rocket Raccoon and Starlord. Each piece is 8 x 8″ and engraved in Cherry Hardwood. 

You can find these (and many other pieces) for sale on Robert’s website, and you can follow him on Twitter to keep up to date with his new work.


Jonathan M. Guberman lives in Toronto, Canada where he works as a computer programmer and bioinformatician and spends his free time designing and making things. Shortly before the birth of his son, Jonathan started working on an awesomely geeky set of Alphabet Blocks featuring things that both he and his wife looked forward to sharing with their child. The complete set of 1.5" laser-engraved wooden blocks were finished shortly before his new son’s first birthday.

“There are 36 blocks — the English alphabet and ten digits — showing 134 images of people, animals, monsters, robots, vehicles, organizations, devices, tools, and objects from some of our favourite movies, TV shows, books, comics, video games, poems, and sculptures, as well as a few from the real world for good measure (and a couple not-so-favourites for comic relief/alphabetical exigency; I’m looking at you, Zardoz). The only real rule I followed in choosing subjects was trying to maintain an even gender balance.”

Click here to view the entire set. A complete list of all of the images on the blocks can be found here.

Visit Jonathan’s Up, not North blog to learn more about his Alphabet Blocks project.

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Entitled The New American, this awesome motion graphics animation video was created by designer Nando Costa using a painstaking method we’ve never seen before: each of the 800+ animation frames used to create this video is a laser-engraved block of maple. Nando’s meticulous process took nearly two years to complete.

“As seen in the video, each frame is unique. Aside from the design of each frame itself being distinct, small variances that naturally occur in the laser engraving process as well as the different wood grain of each frame naturally created subtle shifts of the position of the artwork. An effect that I was particularly interested in and that could naturally be achieved in digital assembly, but that I was much more excited about re-creating with real objects.”

Some of the wood block frames used to created this video are available for purchased via Etsy.

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A small run of convention character badges. Laser etched wood, with goldleafing details.

Currently open for commissions for these, if you are interested, please fill out my order form.
Found here!
Base cost for these includes shipping within the US, if you are outside the US, please let me know on the form were I am shipping to, so I can calculate the extra costs.

Turn around time on these is roughly a month, as the staining and clear coat processes takes about a week to cure between phases. 


Custom Lone Wolf G22’s with 40-9 conversion barrels and burnt bronze Timberwolf frames. Dubbed “Razer” and “Lazer” they are completely identical except for the different engraved patterns that make them unique.

The engraving is a solution that gives a camouflage look to your Glock without modifying part fit and reliability like cerakote or film dip.

I am proud to be the designer of such an innovative solution to weapon camouflage.

If there is a certain pattern you would like to see implemented to this style of engraving, let me know!


So I created a Spike Spiegel light box with my laser. It has a led tea light inside it, and I made it to where you can remove the paper in case you just… Didn’t want it. It has a inner box that is removable that the vellum is attached to. I may remove that in other boxes. I’m not sure yet.

But I’m completely done designing these! They are so fun but so hard to make! This version is ten inches tall and six inches wide. (Absolutely massive.) I have them for sale on my Etsy. Also I’m going to try and make some other light boxes soon, maybe Pokemon. I’m not sure yet!