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.
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.”
Need some customized Skyrim inspired item description tags? Of course you do! Don’t let those cabbages go undescribed, or those hoarded cheeses and apples go unsummarized without a needlessly complex and lengthy exposition as to their value and purpose. No item is too big or too small, too common or too rare.
They are 12" x 12" laser-engravings on aluminium in signed and numbered limited editions of 100 for $85. The 'Kylo Ren’ engraving will be available exclusively from Spoke Art and the 'Darth Vader’ from Joshua’s webstore.
Also on Joshua’s webstore will be laser engravings on brass of 'Fett’ and 'TIE Pilot’, in limited editions of 20 for $100.
Who needs fancy piped icing when a rolling pin will decorate your cookies for you? Rolling Woods creates laser-engraved designs onto wooden rolling pins, so that with one fell swoop, you can imprint patterns on your dough. They create an embossed effect, and the imagery—which ranges from fancy flourishes to beautiful flowers to abstract geometric shapes—and appears raised once baked. Buy your custom rolling pin from their Etsy shop.