My mother seems to come up with new apps constantly…so my CommLab Web final addresses how to save all of her ideas easily so I don’t get texts about them every day
I’ve created (and recreated after cut tolerance issues due to material flaws) a laptop stand for a 13″ Macbook Pro. It features folding legs for a flatter profile when not in use. Additionally, a veneer inlay of Stanley Donwood’s Minotaur has been added to the center. The stand holds the laptop at a 20 degree angle to the table surface and allows airflow beneath the computer.
Folded Paper Sculpture containing various personal quotes.
Inspired by John Chamberlain
The best food truck I’ve ever had was from a cart not a truck.
The best food truck I’ve ever had is Chinese Mirch.
This is a pretty new truck, less than 6 months on the streets…I found them near the Dumbo Arts Festival (and they were better than any of the exhibits I saw! shhhh) Their dumplings are packed full of goodness unlike some other truck’s puny ones. The key however is the blend of Chinese and Indian spices and techniques. The food is very spicy which I love and can rarely say about other places. The high spice is met with a huge combination of herbs ( tastes like about 50! ) that make you forget your burning mouth and think about your elated taste buds and happy belly instead. Getting the dumplings ( i suggest spinach and cheese) in one of the soups is essential as the broth is its own masterpiece as well, not just an afterthought.
The best food truck I’ve ever had is The Cinnamon Snail (they have different places depending on their weekly schedule)
I am not a vegan – not even vegetarian – but find very great vegetarian/vegan food here. This truck lives up to the hype by bringing garden fresh ingredients, innovative flavor profiles, and dishes that pack a punch with home made kimchi. I personally love their marinated kale salad, which features the kimchi, spiced nuts, fresh tomatos, and a variety of herbs/greens.
They also has a Maker’s Mark bourbon vanilla donut which has won awards. It is so tender.
This wooden sculpture depicts several identical hands reaching upward to grasp something higher with each hand envious of the next above it.
Reclaimed plywood, interlocking components.