Recently, Gus and I were commissioned by our friends at The New Urbanism Film Festival to create trophies made from reclaimed materials for their award ceremony! Needless to say, we felt honored and excited to be a part of this project.

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We initially planned to make each trophy out of a different material. One for cardboard, plastic, metal, wood, trash, etc. We sat down one day and played around with cardboard and string and made one trophy each, but something wasn’t clicking with them. Time was of the essence as we were pushing closer to the due date and still didn’t have a solid plan.

Then, about 3 days before we had to turn them in, Gus thought of a brilliant idea that was perfect for the theme of the festival: wooden antique cameras.


Each camera is made from scrap wood Gus has collected over the past year from dumpsters and sidewalks.

Gus made these ones!


And I made the following ones:


It was seriously so much fun to work on this project together and apparently they were a huge hit at the festival so that makes us super happy!

Posted by:gusandjessie

A couple of weirdos with a yearning for art and adventure.

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