Laser Cutting Royal Lions
Laser cut lanterns, signs, skulls, and a map!
Above is a laser cut paper†street lamp. This work, cleverly transforming flat media like Ponoko’s cardstock into 3 dimensions, is from†Paper Faber and looks just as good flat as it does “poped” up. See another look at this street lamp at the end of this post!
After the jump signs, skulls, and a map…
Above is a laser cut steel†sign for BSCM & LaurelHouse being installed. The key to this design is in†Laurel House Studio not limiting their type selection to readily available stencil fonts, but modifying conventional fonts to function as stencils. This sign could be not only made out of laser cut stainless steel, but laser cut silver acrylic (to save some $$$).
Above is a laser cut collage†map of London shadowbox†from†Local Outlines. The striking graphics are created by layering laser cut paper in expected (blue for the Thames) and unexpected colors (red for the city and white for the roads) – imagine it made out of acrylic!
Another look at the street lamp, folded flat.
I?m Sam Tanis and this was the Laser Cutter Roundup #228 from my blog†The Laser Cutter where I post laser cutting (almost) daily.