When a gearhead turns 50…
When the vicar doesn’t stop preaching again… 😉
a tiny heron, watching the skies.
One year in our annual summer holiday on the island of Corsica I got obsessed with carving wings.
One of my favorite things is walking around and consciously watching for things that resemble something waiting to be brought to light.
A little while ago I decided to transform some metal scrapings to something nicer.
When Kati left our company, she got this to help her conquer the seven seas of her future.
When Kelvin, one of our front end developers, left the company, he got this from me.
Food should be fun.
This is actually how the farewell gift craze of mine started.
This here is a farewell gift created for a dear co-worker of mine.
As I am trying to work through the heap of stuff I haven’t published yet, here comes the Army style ring pull …
One of the good things about being lazy at the beach in Corsica is that it gives me a lot of creative …
After the former success of my walnut pralines I made another batch. Since it was also my moms birthday I decided to …
Here is the making-of of a Bongo I made for a friend in 2017.
Here is some more detail on the critters I did in Corsica in 2016. They were all made with 2K putty as …
As many have been asking me lately, I wanted to shed some light on the process,
My wife LOVES walnut pralines. There’s just one problem:
I got this piece of driftwood from our friends Brigitte and Helmut in Corsica.
When I found this driftwood branch, I immediately saw the dog head in it.
Some times I’d like to do a quick and small pumpkin, not like the usual ones that take 3 to 4 hours.
Yesterday I attended the Zurich Mini Maker Faire. It took place at the Dynamo, a culture and maker location.
When I saw this driftwood branch it was so funny to see it sticking it’s tongue out at me.
Anther one waiting to be uncovered. You probably know how it is when you watch the clouds and see animals, faces or …
This piece of driftwood has been waiting for me at the beach in Corsica.
I made this wine label and package for our good friend Brigitte’s birthday.
A small tea light lamp that came together from a nice piece of driftwood and some rusty metal findings from the beach.
Another one I just dug out, not too fresh, but still nice!
Time goes by so fast… it was almost one year ago when I got a call from Jucker Farm,
Just stumbled over this tiny item I made for my wife last Christmas.