Stuff I do -- by guest Micah Heiselt

I have to admit that I am feeling a bit under-qualified to be doing this, but Rachel asked me to share some of my projects. So, here are some things I’ve done this past year.



Here is a toy box that I made for out of a big, simple wooden box that my uncle gave me. You can see the whole process here if you wish.




This is a branding campaign for my son’s 1st birthday party.




A budget Valentine’s Day card for all those people who leave a heart-decorated paper bag on their desk.




And, some stencils that I painted on the walls of our new apartment.

Thanks for obliging me.

13 comments:

Chelsea said...

under-qualified? holy cow you are a genius! :) Love all your projects.

Lisa Golightly said...

the birthday invite is brilliant!

porter hovey said...

Yes! I just love all of this too!! WONDERFUL!!

jakedonohoe@yahoo.com said...

Wow. Your asthetic is freakin' sweet. You rock my world.

Rachel@oneprettything.com said...

GORGEOUS! I love the toybox-wow!

Splinter said...

love the stencil! any change you would sell it to me if you still have it?

micah said...

splinter,

Unfortunately, "stencil" is kind of a loose term. I made them by printing out the designs on a bunch of pieces of paper and then tiling them together. I then taped up the general area with masking tape, taped the design over it and cut it out. Then, after I peeled off the extra tape I painted it.

If that doesn't make sense, the short version is that the stencil was just a piece of paper and it got pretty trashed. I can, however, send you the vector artwork if you like.

Soon, Then said...

Wow! This is amazing design work crossing a lot of different ypes of media! Give yourself the credit you deserve!

Shashi said...

super cool stencils

Mary said...

Very cool stuff, especially the stencils! Love the birthday invitation too.

Chloe said...

Your sons name is Simon? Mine too! I don't come across that name very often :)

Eva said...

hi micah! nice to find you here. great stuff!

Pink Peony said...

Wow this looks great.

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