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LIGHT SWITCHES ASHTRAY PAPER CLIP FORK SACRAMENT TRAYS CONCRETE WATCH BOTTLE OPENER BEDSIDE LAMP CHOCOLATE RAZORS ORANGE PEELER N AVA J O C O D E TA L K E R S
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LIGHT SWITCHES Taking objects that have “symbolic” characteristics and implement them into a conventional light switch.
ART SHOW EXHIBIT: 13 December 2011
WORKING LIGHT SWITCHES: GUN COMBINATION LOCK PULL SWITCH TOILET FLUSHER
Light switch exhibit is a collection of various light switch designs. Four out the sixteen switches allow the viewer the option of turning on and off a light. This collection of switches has the power to promote a smile while engaging the individual in a thought provoking journey. Brigham Young University: INNOVATION LAB
ASHTRAY Some things were meant to be combined into one.
PAPER CLIP Samuel B. Fay, 1867; The Gem Manufacturing Company, 1870; Erlman J. Wright 1877; Johan Vaaler, 1899.
Who ever invented the paper clip is a mystery. But what a paper clip isnâ€™t works just the same.
La Jolla Groves Provo, Utah
Tucanos Brazilian Grill Salt Lake City, Utah
Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Döner Kebab Amsterdam, Netherlands
Micky’s Fish and Chips London, United Kingdom
Pelita Nasi Kandar Penang, Malaysia
Delle Corti Milan, Italy
SkyCity Seattle, Washington
FORK I have a obsession for forks that has led Texas Roadhouse Idaho Falls, Idaho
Hard Rock Cafe Detroit, Michigan
Cheesecake Factory Las Vegas, Nevada Johnny Carnio’s Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Pete’s Kitchen Denver, Colorado
me to collect forks from different restaurants all over the world. This journey of fork collecting sparked a path to design a fork that attaches to a clip. This fork has a place it can now call HOME.
Sketching. Searching. Exploring.
Observing. Listening. Seeing. Categories of exploration Bent wire One time use Readily available
Committing. Learning. Refining.
I decided to develop a readily available fork that embraces the characteristics and simple function of the buckle clip.
Making. Doing. Finishing.
SACRAMENT TRAYS Finding a new way to help bring about
remembrance and memory during the administration of the Sacrament. Impressing upon the mind a deeper meaning of theâ€œUltimate Carpenterâ€?.
CONCRETE WATCH I have developed a love for concrete. I
experimented making a series of concrete tiles (Kevorkian and rosary). That experimentation with concrete evolved into designing and making a watch.
BOTTLE OPENER I feel that a reminder might be helpful in taking the necessary precautions, if you happen to get so “LUCKY”.
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BEDSIDE LAMP The Morse code can be directly under-
stood by a skilled listener or observer: only then will the message reveal itself through the light.
∆ cardboard tube ∆ concrete ∆ tracing paper
CHOCOLATE RAZORS Question: Trick-or-Treat?
Answer: How about both!
ORANGE PEELER I have heard it been said numerous times
that the look of an object should reflect the function to which it is put.
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NAVAJO CODE TAL KERS
HEADPHONES 544605. I am grateful for my heritage
and the rich history of the Navajo people. I wanted to express my love and respect for the Navajo Code Talkers for their influential and unique role in helping “Our Mother” win WWII.
THE UNBREAKABLE CODE The Code was conceived by the first Navajo Code Talkers formed in1942, also referred to as the â€œoriginal 29â€?. It was designed using the Navajo language to represent military terms or resemble things with which they were associated. For example, the Navajo word for tortoise, "chay-da-gahi," meant tank.
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Gold represents the Congressional Gold Medal award given to honor the Navajo Code Talkers in 2001.
The “original 29,” Navajo Code Talkers.
“The Navajo Language Was Used To Defeat The Enemy.”
A Navajo tradition in rug making is to leave one string hanging loose from the corner of the rug, known as the “Spirit String”. This allows the rug-maker’s spirit to be released from the rug after it is complete. Navajo’s also believe that God is the only person who has the ability and right to ultimate perfection. The “Spirit String”, acknowledges God as the supreme creator of all things.
after we're all gone, there will be no one to tell the story."
â€œOur language was used to help win the war....
Samuel Tom Holiday, 85
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