Laser Cut Self Portraits

Laser cut Frida, unicorns, boxes, signs, and a new Kickstarter!

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Above are Frida Kahlo earrings. They are laser cut and hand painted wood like Ponoko.com‘s own Birch Plywood, and come from Ave Rose Collections.

After the jump, unicorns, boxes, signs, and a new Kickstarter… (more…)

Bare Bones of Laser Cuting

Laser cut skulls, elephants, a broken clock, and some abstraction!

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Above are Calavera skull charm bracelets. They are laser cut and etched from mirrored acrylic like Ponoko.com‘s own and come from Guy Blanco.

After the jump, elephants, a broken clock, and some abstraction… (more…)

Laser Cutting? You Bet!

Laser cut poker chips, a styracosaur, a lamp, and a fox!

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Above is a steampunk poker set. All pieces, including the box, are laser cut from plywood like Ponoko.com‘s own Birch Plywood  and comes from Plywood Science.

After the jump, a styracosaur, a lamp, and a fox… (more…)

Laser Cutting Is Lucky

Laser cut koi fish, dragon flies, Harry, cats, and California!

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Above is a koi fish charm. It is laser cut and heavily etched into wood link Ponoko.com‘s own Birch Plywood and comes from Little Laser Lab.

After the jump, dragon flies, Harry, cats, and California… (more…)

A Laser Cut Light In The Dark

Laser cut lamps, pumpkins, chicken boxes, the Black Lodge!

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Above is an updated Hollywood Regency pendant lamp from Phil Spitler. It is laser cut from plywood and acrylic like Ponoko.com‘s own.

After the jump, pumpkins, chicken boxes, the Black Lodge… (more…)

Laser Cutting Time – With Friends!

Laser cut clocks, droids, horns, tags, leaves!

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Above is a dragonfly wall clock. It is laser cut and stained wood and comes from Sarah Mimo Clocks. Ponoko.com‘s own versatile Birch Plywood could be used to make this beautiful clock.

After the jump, droids, horns, tags, leaves… (more…)

Ideas for Creative Agencies & Brands – #18

Topping off tasty treats with laser cutting

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Tasty treats are a great way to draw a crowd, and as these playful laser cut cake toppers demonstrate, there can be so much more to the proverbial ‘cherry on the top’ if you’re willing to get creative with laser cutting.

This approach calls for elements that ring true with the strengths of laser cutting – a combination of crisp outlines, bold forms and delicate silhouettes that are uniquely eye-catching. Each individual unit is also fast and cheap to make, and will be resilient enough to withstand the rigors of more than a few rounds at events or parties. This makes them great take-home souvenirs or giveaways, with the added memorable twist of your brand being associated in a fun way with a tasty treat.

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Using the cupcake as a base for their creative endeavors, John and Christine from Thick and Thin Designs have gathered quite a following with their cake toppers on Etsy; a few of which are pictured here. How does this inspire you to use the Ponoko Personal Factory to sweeten your corporate messaging? Let us know in the comments below. For more ideas for Agencies and Brands, see the other posts in the series.

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Laser Cutting and Learning To Fly

Laser cut blueprints, lamps, cats, fronds, and ornaments.

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Above a custom chest. It is custom engraved birch plywood, like Ponoko.com‘s own, and comes from DaVinci Crafts.

After the jump, lamps, cats, fronds, and ornaments… (more…)

Laser Cutting – It’s Alive!

Laser cut ladies, mushrooms, and hedgehogs!

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Above is a silhouette brooch of the Bride of Frankenstien from CABfayre. It is laser cut from black and white 1/8″ acrylic like Ponoko.com‘s own.

After the jump, mushrooms, and hedgehogs… (more…)

Laser Cut Like New, Again!

Laser cut lamps, giraffes, and gumball machines!

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Above is the Branch Lamp. It is laser cut from reclaimed urban wood from Toronto. It was designed by LGA Architectural Partner and laser cut by Hot Pop Factory. If you don’t have any reclaimed urban wood sitting around, you could use Ponoko.com‘s own Bamboo would work well – especially if you want to stay on the greener side.

After the jump, another lamp, giraffes, and gumball machines…   (more…)