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Bohna Skully Update :)

Hallo all,

So, thanks to all the lovely folk who voted for my submission on Instagram and Facebook, My Jackalope won the design competition! A clean shiny blank Skully is on it’s way to Canada, and I’ll make sure to post my progress on him as we go along here and on IG (@powellstudios).

Fashion Remix - An interior designer's night on the town

After a full day of meetings and pulling ideas for other meetings, a night out with co-workers and friends (my wife couldn’t come this year)  to take part in a fashion show of interior design materials and elements, is a GREAT way to unwind and have some fun.   386 more words

A Day In The Life

University and College Designers Association Design Competition

A graduate of Pratt Institute, James Wawrzewski earned a master’s degree in communication design. He now serves as creative director of Ludlow6, where he is involved in the production of print communication for not-for-profit organizations and educational institutions. 189 more words

James Wawrzewski

Decor + Design Melbourne to showcase Australia's emerging talent

Last week we announced that the Sydney Decor + Design show – scheduled to take place at the Royal Hall of Industries 4-6 February 2015 – has been cancelled. 244 more words

Decor Design

Bohna Skully for ToyCon 2015 Competition

So, I recently entered a design for a competition on a new DIY platform Bohna Skully, produced by Blue-Frog Studios. I chose to submit a couple of designs, one being a Jackalope, of course. 109 more words

RIPPL3D.com and the SME Education Foundation Announce Virtual Wind Turbine Challenge

Students: If you missed the Smartforce Student Summit at IMTS 2014 (or even if you were there), you can still participate in the Wind Turbine Challenge from RIPPL3D.com. 372 more words


Pedestrian pedestrian bridge

A bridge project I’d hoped and prayed was dead has risen to become, for lack of more ambitious possibilities as yet, the likely first part of the Route 195 development project to move forward in Providence. 894 more words