Inspired by M. C. Escher's 1943 Lithograph, Reptiles, this lizard is constructed from as few polygons as possible.
Apertures on the reverse allow the threading of 1-2mm leather cord.
This item can be tessellated with the coloured Strong & Flexible version, although a bit of filing of the nylon material may be required to ensure a good fit.
The magnets are then mounted in the recesses using superglue. Particular attention should be paid to the polarity of the magnets.
It doesn't need said, but please be extra careful when working with superglue. In addition, if handling small, powerful magnets, please observe the safety instructions that accompany any order you receive.
Taking inspiration from the movie 'Prometheus', this little vase represents a partially open ampule, revealing... who knows what kind of alien goo!
Note that the manufacturing process is unable to glaze deep recesses in ceramic objects, therefore making this item unsuitable for holding liquids.
Pogoframe takes it's name from the instant, inkless print system introduced by Polaroid, and of course, it's modelled on the classic white iMac. It even has a tiny replica of the iMac aluminium 'foot' for a stand.
Designed to take 'Zink' pogo prints directly, it will accommodate any picture trimmed to 50x76mm.
Pogoframe comes in two parts, the stand and the frame, and are easily clipped together.
mygadgetlife is a small collection of models I've created in my spare time purely out of my interests in technology, design, popular culture and 3D printing. All models are created using free tools Blender and Sketchup.