Not great, but it's an interesting process. Maker Amanda Ghassaei decided to test how maple worked as a song-delivery medium by laser cutting her own wooden records. You can certainly hear the songs on each record, but Ghassaei explains the challenges of making high quality wooden records.
Looking for a way to boost sales after the 2011 tsunami, a Japanese manufacturer of nori (sheets of seaweed used to make sushi rolls) turned to ad agency I&SBBDO for help.
Considering this is a homemade camera knocked together with a few borrowed parts, it's surprisingly high-tech, with the main selling-point being that it was laser-cut—and that you can make one yourself.
Designer Matt Brown created these sweet-looking laser-cut paper radios with a twist: They're equipped with RFID chips that can interact with a speaker to broadcast messages or change the radio to a pre-decided station.
Taking the words out of your mouth, and wrapping them round your neck: These scarfs are typographic wonders, and they're cut by frickin' laser beams! And that's just cool. Made from microfiber suede, they're available in Uppercase, Lowercase and Numbers styles and in off-white and black. They may be fashionable,…
Maybe the inside of your closet is not fancy enough lately, or you fancy yourself a fashion mogul. Either way, get yourself these cityscape coathangers and decorate an area which will be rarely seen by anyone but you with wood carvings of the five major fashion and design capitals of the world.