Using found objects from typewriters, adding machines and old computers, I take the items people no longer have use for and I carefully disassembling these items and then reassemble these together using metal wire creating my Junk Art.
After 30 years, we’ve heard thousands of singers “warm up” during soundchecks and rehearsals. Sometimes they’re sick. Sometimes they hold back to preserve their voice. They might even take a moment to work on a part that’s been giving them trouble. But they all have the same thing in common: the ones who are good at singing still sound like they’re good at singing.
I always have little pieces of paper and post-it’s laying around my desk. Filled with messages, to do lists and reminders. It’s messy and a waste of paper…
This little block can collect these things on one central place. Write it on with a whiteboard marker and wipe it of when it’s done.
It’s designed in a way that you can make one yourself, using materials around your house. Old cardboard is used for building the shape. Old plastic bags, sheet protectors or foil is used as whiteboard surface and some tape/glue to connect everything.
I made 3 different models, they can be downloaded with the instructions, for free!